Now, I'm a little slow on the uptake with finding new music, so don't be surprised that this album came out in May. Turnover released Peripheral Vision as a more indie rock diversion from their pop punk roots (Pitchfork). And though (Pitchfork) still thinks they have a lot of growing to do, I can really appreciate this album for what it is. It's music to chill and think to, music to relax and reminisce and vibe to. My favorite tracks include Cutting My Fingers Off, Hello Euphoria, Diazepam, and Take My Head.
I've found that this album is really cohesive, and you can play it as a whole on repeat for hours while cooking dinner or just hanging around and the soft melodic beats won't get irritating. I'll probably post a playlist including a few tracks off this album in the next few days, so stay on the lookout if you like this vibe.
Note: Photo of the album art, as well as analysis summary from Pitchfork, don't sue us. Also, thank you to the friend who suggested I give this a listen.
What we're listening to.