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Turnover's "Myself in the Way" out 11/4, pre-order & stream title track ft. Brendan Yates of Turnstile

Today, Virginia band Turnover announces their fifth full-length album Myself in the Way due November 4th. Along with the album's announcement, Turnover shares the title track "Myself in the Way" featuring vocals from Brendan Yates of Turnstile, which arrives with the digitally-altered, montage-style visuals of the band performing and exploring nature spliced together with artwork from bassist Danny Dempsey. The forthcoming LP is available for pre-order now.

Field Medic announces new album out 10/14 & releases video for "i had a dream that you died"

Field Medic, the long-running project of Los Angeles-based musician Kevin Patrick Sullivan, announces a new album today, titled grow your hair long if you're wanting to see something that you can change. Out October 14 via RFC, Field Medic’s fifth full-length sees him completely reinventing his recording approach. The result is an ambitious, fully-formed, and emotionally resonant collection of tracks: a triumphant picture of an artist diving deep into himself and coming out stronger than ever, both as a songwriter and as a person.

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Turnover's "Myself in the Way" out 11/4, pre-order & stream title track ft. Brendan Yates of Turnstile

Today, Virginia band Turnover announces their fifth full-length album Myself in the Way due November 4th. Along with the album's announcement, Turnover shares the title track "Myself in the Way" featuring vocals from Brendan Yates of Turnstile, which arrives with the digitally-altered, montage-style visuals of the band performing and exploring nature spliced together with artwork from bassist Danny Dempsey. The forthcoming LP is available for pre-order now.

Field Medic announces new album out 10/14 & releases video for "i had a dream that you died"

Field Medic, the long-running project of Los Angeles-based musician Kevin Patrick Sullivan, announces a new album today, titled grow your hair long if you're wanting to see something that you can change. Out October 14 via RFC, Field Medic’s fifth full-length sees him completely reinventing his recording approach. The result is an ambitious, fully-formed, and emotionally resonant collection of tracks: a triumphant picture of an artist diving deep into himself and coming out stronger than ever, both as a songwriter and as a person.

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