Virginia band Turnover announces their fifth full-length album Myself in the Way due November 4th via Run For Cover Records. 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. Along with “Myself in the Way,” the 12-track album will include the previously released singles “Mountains Made of Clouds” and “Wait Too Long,” which arrived with home-video style footage created by the band along with friends Blair Kemp and Kyle Lamb.
Speaking about the meaning behind “Myself in the Way,” vocalist Austin Getz says, “Over the last couple of years, I really tried to stop finding reasons why not to do something. This song specifically is about getting engaged despite fears I’ve always had of being able to provide for a family, to give as much as someone you love might need forever. It’s about letting love lead the way despite your fears, about not letting your doubts, your ego, your self get in the way of it.”