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Turnstile Capture The Chaos Of Their Live Show In Disco / Time + Space Video

Friday, 30 November 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Turnstile have managed to capture the chaos of their live show in a new video.

The clip starts off with the track Disco before sliding into the title track from their second album, 'Time & Space', which came out in February through Roadrunner.

The video was directed by photographer and skateboarder Atiba Jefferson, with cinematographer Ty Evans also on board as director of photography. The band previously worked with both on the video for Bomb/I Don’t Wanna Be Blind.

The Maryland-based band are currently on a US tour with Every Time I Die, Angel Du$t and Vein. They will return to the UK in May for Slam Dunk Festival.





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