Turnover – “Cutting My Fingers Off”

Turnover – “Cutting My Fingers Off”

Today, the Virginia-based Turnover announced they will release their sophomore LP, Peripheral Vision, to follow up 2013’s Magnolia. “Cutting My Fingers Off” is the new LP’s first single, a gorgeous piece of nostalgic reckoning that bares both its heart and teeth. “I found the picture that we took when we brought in the New Year/ You wore a cocktail dress, ignored the goosebumps on your neck/ The namesake of your outfit to keep you warm,” sings Austin Getz long before the song’s namesake line surfaces, “Losing you was like cutting my fingers off.” It’s a desperately sad song upheld by optimistic, surging instrumentals. Listen.

Peripheral Vision is out 5/4 via Run For Cover.

    more from News

    Hi. It looks like you're using an ad blocker.

    As an independent website, we rely on our measly advertising income to keep the lights on. Our ads are not too obtrusive, promise. Would you please disable adblock?