|Years active 2009–present|
Record label Run for Cover Records
|Labels Broken Rim, Run for Cover, Audiotree Music|
Members Austin Getz Casey Getz Danny Dempsey Eric Soucy
Past members Alex Dimaiuat Kyle Kojan
Origin Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States (2009)
Albums Peripheral Vision, Magnolia, Turnover on Audiotree Live, Turnover
Genres Indie rock, Pop punk, Dream pop
Similar Citizen, Will Yip, Title Fight, Tigers Jaw, Moose Blood
Turnover is an American rock band from Virginia Beach, Virginia. Formed in 2009, the band is signed with the Run for Cover Records label. Turnover has released two albums, two EPs and a handful of singles. The band has toured extensively, both in America and internationally, usually as a supporting act.
Turnover began in 2009. In 2012, they signed to Run for Cover Records. Since then, they have released two extended plays, two splits, and two full-length albums. The band has embarked on numerous tours. In December 2011 and January 2012, the band went on a winter tour with True Things. In 2012, the band went on a summer tour with Citizen and Light Years. Soon after their summer tour, the band went on a seven date tour in August with Young Statues and PJ Bond. In June 2013, the band went on a co-headlining tour with Koji, supported by Ivy League, and Have Mercy. In February 2014, the band went on an east coast tour with Turnstile, Diamond Youth, Angel Dust, and Blind Justice. In March 2014, the band went on tour with I Am the Avalanche, The Swellers, and Diamond Youth. In May 2014, the band went on two UK tours. One tour was with I Am the Avalanche, Major League, and Moose Blood. The other tour was with Major League and Nai Harvest. In fall of 2014, the band went on a tour with Light Years and Malfunction. The band went on a 25 date tour in March and April 2015, supporting New Found Glory. In March 2015, the band announced plans to release their second studio album, titled Peripheral Vision in May via Run For Cover. The album was released on May 4, 2015.
Magnolia has been described as emo and pop punk. Peripheral Vision has been described as indie rock, pop, and dream pop.
Dizzy on the ComedownPeripheral Vision · 2015
New ScreamPeripheral Vision · 2015
Cutting My Fingers OffPeripheral Vision · 2015