Turnover are heading back to Singapore – check out the press release below:
“Bandwagon, the trusted voice for music in Asia, continues celebrations of its 8th birthday presenting Turnover Live in Singapore. The concert will take place on 19th May 2019, Sunday, at The Pavilion, Far East Square, and marks the American band’s second time in Singapore since their last sold-out show in May 2017.
The Asian tour is in support of the band’s third album Good Nature, with Singapore as the second stop. Other stops in the region include Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand.
To record Good Nature, Turnover reunited with long-time producer Will Yip. Together, they spent more time in the studio than on any previous Turnover record, devoting hours of pre-production to methodically going through the new songs, fine-tuning parts and writing additional melodies.
Citing Frank Ocean as an inspiration during the recording process, frontman Austin Getz said, “The new record definitely has a different rhythmic feel…the melodies we wrote for this record are very different, much less linear. They’re much more soulful and move around a lot.”
Turnover formed in 2009 in Virginia Beach, VA and has toured extensively throughout North America, Europe, Australia, and Japan. Their discography includes three full-length albums and countless EPs including last year’s Humblest Pleasures EP. The dream pop and indie rock band’s previous full-length album, Peripheral Vision (2015), won acclaim for showcasing a dreamier side of the band’s melodically-charged sound.”
Limited early bird tickets available at https://www.bandwagon.asia/shows/turnover