Formed in 2009, Virginia Beach indie outfit Turnover initially emerged as an emo-pop act in the vein of bands like the Get Up Kids and Texas Is the Reason before transitioning into a more contemplative dream pop style.
The quartet, made up of Casey and Austin Getz, Danny Dempsey, and Eric Soucy, jumped onto the scene in 2011 with a self-titled EP. A split single with Citizen followed the next year before the band would make its full-length debut in early 2013 with Magnolia on Run for Cover Records.
Turnover's sophomore release, 2015's Peripheral Vision, represented a shift in style toward more melodic, dreamy indie rock. This tonal change was continued on their third LP, 2017's Good Nature, which, like its predecessor, was produced by Will Yip.
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