Fresh from a UK and European tour, Turnover have shared ‘Humblest Pleasures’, their first new material since last year’s ‘Peripheral Vision’ LP.
That record saw the band expand their scope into dreamier new territory, and ‘Humblest Pleasures’ picks up that baton while maintaining their deep-rooted punk-rock immediacy, effortlessly employed to cut through the smog. It’s streaming below.
Catch up with the DIY interview with Turnover here. ‘Humblest Pleasures’ is taken from a new 7”, set for release on March 4th via Run For Cover Records / Memory Music and backed by the yet-to-be-unveiled ‘Change Irreversible’.
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