Turnover – “Humblest Pleasures” (Stereogum Premiere)

Turnover steered into a more gauzy, shoegaze-y direction on last year’s sophomore album, Peripheral Vision, and their latest track sees the Virginia band furthering that abstraction. “Humblest Pleasures,” one side of a 7″ out next month, sounds like a remembrance half-buried; Austin Getz’s vocals are even more subsumed into the background than before as he whispers about a time already passed: “Living in a memory, imagining another/ Early in the afternoon, the humblest of pleasures/ Feeling me inside of you, I know that I’ll forget it.” Listen below.

Turnover’s “Humblest Pleasures” b/w “Change Irreversible 7″ is out 3/4 via Run For Cover/Memory Music.

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