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Hardcore pack TURNSTILE aannounce new record; new track streaming!

TURNSTILE has announced details of their new LP TIME & SPACE, which will be released February 23rd on Roadrunner Records (album art / track listing attached).  The band has also shared the new track, “Generator,” which is streaming now via NPR’s All Songs Considered blog.

Turnstile’s Brendan Yates tells NPR,

“’Generator’ is about near-death experiences; out-of-body happenings that really open you up to see your true self without the noise of the world.”

Recorded with producer Will Yip at Studio 4 in Conshohocken, PA, TIME & SPACE marks Turnstile’s Roadrunner Records debut and follows their 2015 breakthrough, NONSTOP FEELING. Earlier this year Turnstile shared TIME & SPACE’s lead track, “Real Thing,” along with an official music video directed by Mortis Studio (Adult Swim, Earl Sweatshirt). Pitchfork declared, “…the broad appeal of ‘Real Thing’ makes it clear Turnstile are not looking backwards.” TIME & SPACE features additional vocals from Sheer Mag’s Tina Halladay on “Moon,” while Diplo offers added production to “Right To Be.” Pre-orders for TIME & SPACE will be available starting Friday, January 12th.

Comprised of Brendan Yates (Vocals), Franz Lyons (Bass/Vocals), Brady Ebert (Guitars), Pat McCrory (Guitars), and Daniel Fang (Drums), Turnstile has gripped listeners and press around the globe with their, “…melodic riffs, bright-eyed spirit, and riotous sets…” as noted by The New Yorker. NPR revered Turnstile as, “…freewheeling and heavy…with shout-along choruses and grooves that do more than just open up the pit,” with The Washington Post adding, “…the unabashed funkiness of Turnstile feels so invigorating.” Noisey declared, “…(Turnstile) has positively exploded, moving from exciting prospect to one of the most talked about bands in hardcore,” while Stereogum asserted, “Right now, the biggest band in hardcore might be Turnstile… .” Thrasher Magazine wrote “These guys are powerful,” with GQ agreeing, “Turnstile is more than a good hardcore band—they’ve got a whole movement behind them.”t

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