Turnover Humblest Pleasures 7" with two brand new emotional songs from Virginia's Turnover! Fans of Balance & Composure and Foxing check this out! Humblest Pleasures, expands upon the sound that Turnover so masterfully executed on Peripheral Vision while at the same time diving into new territory. The title track’s upbeat yet delicate rhythm allows vocalist/guitarist Austin Getz’s vocals to shine, including a falsetto melody that promises to linger in your head long after the song ends. The bside track “Change Irreversible” slows down to recall the finest moments of The Cure’s chorus-heavy guitar leads, as the somber refrain, “there’s nothing that will help what trouble I’ve been thinking of”. Run For Cover 7"
Turnover Blue Dream Virginia's Turnover, who played in the shop and The Fighting Cocks in May, release a new 3-track EP! Super emo post-hardcore driven punkrock! Blue Dream features the first tracks written alongside new guitarist Eric Soucy (formerly of Maker). Originally intended as an acoustic EP, Yip convinced Turnover to record the songs as a full band ... and the results are nothing short of amazing. Opener "Disintegration" somehow transmits as both expansive and bombastic, yet it maintains an incredibly introspective and intimate tone throughout, while "Bella Donna" is a bittersweet ode to a destructive, doomed relationship. It's impossible not to feel the emotional scarring from these songs, but you'll nevertheless yearn to listen to them repeatedly. Dog Knights Productions 7"
Turnover Magnolia Sometimes labels and distros supply us different LP variants than what was expected. If you're not after one particular variant, order "any variant LP" to speed up your order.Debut album from Virginia's Turnover. Emo driven post-hardcore meets melodic pop-punk for fans of Title Fight, Brand New & Small Brown Bike http://www.facebook.com/turnoverva Run For Cover CD | LP
Citizen / Turnover Split The adored split 7" from Citizen and Turnover is finally back in stock. Released back in 2012 and prior to both of the bands' debut albums. Michigan's Citizen and Virginia Beach's Turnover each follow up acclaimed debut EPs by contributing two new songs apiece to this impressive split 7". Both bands' first recordings for Run For Cover, this split marks growth and maturity for each band as they transition from up-and-coming locals to established national artists. Citizen opens the split with two crunchy post-hardcore emo songs. The band effortlessly blurs lines from crashing Foo Fighters-esque drums and and loud guitars to quiet, emotive twinkling breaks akin to peers Basement and Title Fight but with their own midwestern personality. Turnover opens up side B with rumbling, jumpy toms and a sad, shimmering guitar line before soaring vocals dart in, tugging at the heartstrings and begging for a singalong. Relatable lyrics coupled with infectious vocal melodies make Turnover one of the catchiest bands making punk music. Run For Cover 7"
Turnover Thursday 31st October at Pryzm, 7:00pm The night before their new album is released, Turnover play at Pryzm. The fourth full length album from the awesome dream-poppers is titled Altogether, following on from 2017's Good Nature and pushing their sound more towards psychedelic and beach-indie styled sounds. They haven't played in Kingston since 2014 and we're super excited to have them return! ‘Altogether’ demonstrates the band’s eclectic mix of personalities from the very start, opening with a lo-fi, jazzy intro that quickly gives way to the driving drums and delay-drenched guitar of “Still In Motion.” Like much of the album to come, the song is a meditation on change and perspective, on learning to quiet your mind and appreciate the moment before it’s gone. The bittersweet “No Reply” reckons with guilt over failing to be present with a loved one, while the effervescent “Much After Feeling” recognizes the sacrifices we make to stay connected across geographical distance, and the breezy “Parties” grapples with the kind of self-consciousness that can leave us prisoners of our own design. CD/ticket is £12 post-paid, and other formats and combos are available. This treat of a show will run earlier than usual so you can still go Halloweening afterwards. Times TBC but we expect doors at 6:00pm and Turnover at 7:00pm with a strict curfew of 8:00pm Pryzm is all ages for this show - under 14s must be accompanied by a ticket-holding adult (18+). Over 18s should bring PHOTO ID (driving license / passport). Pryzm, 154 Clarence Street, Kingston Upon Thames (KT1 1QP) CD | LP Past Event
Citizen / Turnover Saturday 30th January at The Dome, Tufnell Park We're selling album and ticket combos for Citizen's show at The Dome in Tufnell Park whilst they're on a small Euro run with only 3 UK dates! Michigan's Citizen just released one of this year's stand out albums Everybody Is Going to Heaven and are one of our faves from the Run For Cover roster. This is a great album of post-hardcore infused punk for fans of Title Fight, Basement, Superheaven right through to fans of Brand New and Small Brown Bike! They're joined on the shows by label buddies Turnover, another great post-hardcore influenced punk band who recently released their ace second album Peripheral Vision We're offering Citizen's Everybody Is Going to Heaven with a ticket to the show for a combined deal! As a bonus we have 30 12"x12" artprint (pic below) to give away with the LP&ticket combos! Please check with the venue for times and age restrictions and do take photo ID along with you CD | LP Past Event
I Am The Avalanche / Turnover Sunday 18th May at Banquet Records Due to the unfortunate closure of The Peel, we moved the I Am The Avalanche show to The Fighting Cocks which is an 18+ venue - so we've arranged for the guys to come and play an all ages show in the shop! They recently released their ace new album Wolverines and it'll be sick to hear some of those tunes played at our place. Turnover will also be dropping in ahead of the Fighting Cocks show to play a couple of acoustic jams! Tickets are free with priority on the day going to under 18s. 4pm start with all ages welcome. In-store Grade C. Advance tickets are available now at the Banquet staff's discretion Past Event
I Am The Avalanche / Turnover / Major League / Moose Blood / Red City Radio / Perdition Sunday 18th May at The Fighting Cocks Please note: This show has moved to The Fighting Cocks. 6 outstanding bands on one bill as two tours land in Kingston on the same day. Headlining the Wolverines tour, we welcome back Brooklyn's anthemic hardcore-punk 5-piece I Am The Avalanche . They will have just released their awesome new album Wolverines which you can pick up on exclusive picturedisc here. Plus in Kingston for the first time is Virginia's Turnover who play excellent post-hardcore meets pop-punk that sits somewhere between Title Fight and Brand New and also New Jersey's pop-punk / street-punk 4-piece Major League. UK rising stars Moose Blood make a return to town. If you haven't seen these guys before be sure to check'em out. Brilliant 90's influenced emo punk. Also on the bill, quite early before they have to head off to play somewhere else, awesome Oklahoma gruff-punks Red City Radio who last year released the a great album called Titles and opening up are Texans Perdition. Doors at 5pm. Planned times:Perdition 5:30-6:00Red City Radio 6:15-6:45Moose Blood 7:00-7:30(half hour break)Major League 8:00-8:35Turnover 8:50-9:30I Am The Avalanche 9:45-10:30 Please Note - The Fighting Cocks is a 18+ venue, VALID PHOTO ID will be required (any under 18s who bought tickets when this show was originally to take place at The Peel are eligible for a full refund, please get in touch) Past Event