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Turnstile Announce New Album 'Time & Space', Share New Track Generator

Friday, 15 December 2017 Written by Laura Johnson

Turnstile have confirmed the details of their new album.

'Time & Space', their Will Yip-produced debut for Roadrunner Records, will arrive on February 23 and follow up last year's ‘Move Thru Me’ EP. The record boasts guest vocals by Sheer Mag’s Tina Halladay on Moon and production by Diplo on Right To Be.

Check out the artwork above, head below to listen to their new song, Generator, and here to watch the previously shared video for the opening track, Real Thing.

Speaking about Generator, vocalist Brendan Yates commented:

“’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."

'Time & Space' tracklist:

  1. Real Thing
  2. Big Smile
  3. Generator
  4. Bomb
  5. I Don’t Wanna be Blind
  6. High Pressure
  7. (Lost Another) Piece Of My World
  8. Can’t Get Away
  9. Moon
  10. Come Back For More / H.O.Y.
  11. Right To Be
  12. Disco
  13. Time + Space




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