Peripheral Vision is the second studio album by American rock band Turnover. Produced by Will Yip, the album was released on May 4, 2015 through Run for Cover Records. Following the release of their debut album Magnolia (2013), Turnover parted ways with original guitarist Kyle Kojan, replacing him with Eric Soucy. It was recorded at his studio, Studio 4, in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania.
Peripheral Vision, Turnover’s sophomore album, shows a switch in direction from 2013’s debut Magnolia. Replacing the original pop punk sound, this record is mostly described as dream pop. The addition of new guitarist Eric Soucy – who is not in the band anymore – was stated as a major influence on this change. Vocalist Austin Getz stated in an interview with The New Fury that the sound isn’t the only thing that’s evolved on Peripheral Vision. Just interpersonal relationships. I feel like Peripheral Vision is more about an intrapersonal relationship. The relationship I have with myself and kind of feeling a distance from the person who I thought I was and who I was becoming. Peripheral Vision Q&A. What have the artists said about the album? Bassist Danny Dempsey expressed his feelings about the change in sound in an interview with The New Fury. I feel like it’s more our sound.
Peripheral Vision by Turnover, released 04 May 2015 1. Cutting My Fingers Off 2. New Scream 3. Humming 4. Hello Euphoria 5. Dizzy on the Comedown 6. Diazepam 7. Like Slow Disappearing 8. Take My Head 9. Threshold 10. I Would Hate You If I Could 11. Intrapersonal. Limited to 2000 Copies. Includes unlimited streaming of Peripheral Vision via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 3 days. Purchasable with gift card.
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Before hearing 'Peripheral Vision' in full, I was expecting to be sorely disappointed. The change in style the singles showed off made me worry that Turnover would pull a Title Fight - that is, to compromise songwriting and emotion in the attempt to sound more "mature". Thankfully, Turnover instead produced an album with a clear aesthetic change, while maintaining the strong songwriting and emotional weight of their past work. The opening track 'Cutting My Fingers Off' illustrates this change. In this way, Turnover still very much take from Emo without sounding like most music in the genre, in the same way they did on their previous album, Magnolia. Much of the success Turnover have in this aesthetic shift comes from Getz's vocal style itself, in that it works just as well if not better here without any major change in his delivery.
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