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Turnover in Concert
With a name like Turnover, this band has always been prepared for change. And since their founding in 2009, that's exactly what they've endured, with major shifts in lineup, location, and sound. Still, they have always stayed true to their DIY visions. Formed in Virginia Beach, with lead vocalist Austin Getz, drummer Casey Getz (his brother), bassist Danny Dempsey, and guitarists Alex Dimaiuat and Kyle Kojan, Turnover started out as pure pop-punk.
They released a quick, punchy slice of punk with their 2011 self-titled EP and were soon signed to Run for Cover Records. They toured relentlessly going forward, alongside bands like Light Years and Citizen, but soon Dimaiuat and Kojan would depart the band. Austin then took up guitar and the band released their full-length debut, ‘Magnolia,' in 2013. The slimmed-down lineup also helped smooth out Turnover's sound. While still centered on peppy punk riffs, ‘Magnolia' revealed a far more melodic and diligent brand of emo. They soon took to the road, supporting bands like I Am the Avalanche and Major League throughout the U.S. and Europe. They also joined pop-punk pioneers New Found Glory on tour as they prepared for the release of their sophomore album, one that would mark another drastic change in both the band's sound and size, with the addition of guitarist Eric Soucy.
Second album ‘Peripheral Vision' ditched the punk attitude and tension in favor of rich shoegaze textures and soft dream pop. It proved a successful shift for the band as it hit No. 4 on Billboard's Heatseekers Albums chart. They eventually headlined dates around the U.S. and U.K. in support of the album.
In another big move soon thereafter, frontman Austin Getz headed west, settling into life in California wine country as the band began work on their third LP, 2017's ‘Good Nature.' The location change would infuse its way into the album, which glows with hazy, sun-soaked melodies. But as the band prepared for its release, they would experience another reshaping, as Soucy was forced to leave the lineup. Still, somehow, they persist, selling out shows with bands like The Story So Far, as they continue to refine their sound.