By Adam Freeman
Turnover is an American rock band from Virginia Beach, Virginia that has an indie-rock/dream pop style. The band was formed in 2009 and signed with Run for Cover Records in 2012. Since then, they have released two extended plays, two splits, and three full-length albums. Most of their songs were released with lead guitarist Eric Soucy until 2017 when he was released from the band due to allegations of emotional abuse. Nick Reified has filled on as the lead guitarist on tour.
• Austin Getz – vocals (2009–present); guitar (2012–present)
• Casey Getz – drums (2009–present)
• Danny Dempsey – bass guitar (2009–present)
• Nick Rayfield – (touring) lead guitar (2017-present)
Summer Salt and Mannequin pussy opened for Turnover, which was a strong precursor to the headliner. The venue was decently filled with more people coming to the dance floor when Turnover came on. They had a strong and comfortable stage presence while still keeping the low-key vibe that is signature to their music. There were no mistakes that I noticed and their live performance sounded much like their recorded music. The crowd was quite engaged throughout the entire performance. Overall, Turnover had an impressive concert.