Peripheral Vision

Turnover - Peripheral Vision
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Based on 3 reviews
User Score
Based on 118 ratings
2015 Ratings: #123
Liked by 2 people
May 5, 2015 / Release Date
LP / Format
Run For Cover / Label
Indie Rock / Genres
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Sound Never Changes And Lyrics Lack Potency.
Not Good, But Not Bad.
The more I pay attention to the writing, the more indifferent I feel about this album. It uses reverb as a crutch. Despite that, it's a great vibe that I fuck with.
What a beautiful record.

Amazing atmosphere, serene vocals and thoughtful lyrics...i've heard a lot of people praise this album and now i know why.
It's such an easy listen but also offers a lot to think about for those paying attention.

I can't praise it enough...definitely worth a listen.
Turnover stole my attention with "Take my head". This album is a soft introduction into the world of indie/dreampop style stuff. It might take a while to get used to the melancholic sound that in many cases can sound cheesy. However, if you like one song you will like the rest of them. This album is consistent, it carries a theme and remains enthralling.
Although it's nothing entirely special, Turnover has done a great job with thier debut album, creating something that is sure to put you in a daze with a smile on your face.
High Points: Cutting My Fingers Off, Take My Head
Low Point: Like Slowly Dissapearing
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Track List

  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
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Added on: March 14, 2015