Turnstile surprises fans with an EP release and short film TURNSTILE LOVE CONNECTION.
American hardcore band from Baltimore, Turnstile, delivered a down-right dirty four-song EP to the surprise of many. Accompanying the EP is a one-of-a-kind short film directed by Turnstile’s very own vocalist Brendan Yates.
Along with vocalist Yates, the band consisting of Franz Lyons (Bass/Vocals), Brady Ebert (Guitars), Pat McCrory (Guitars), and Daniel Fang (Drums) dropped their single ‘MYSTERY’ last month, one of the songs from the four-track EP. With a furious flex of massive music, the single made a mark in the hardcore scene. Sonically smashing as always, Turnstile breaks barriers with their consistently evolving sound. Creative and innovative, the band takes an opportunity to create two extraordinary art pieces and bring them together in a really radical way.
The short film made its theatrical debut all over the U.S the past week with premiers at Los Angeles’ Brain Dead Studios, Brooklyn’s Nitehawk Cinema, Baltimore’s Charles Theater, and Columbus’ Studio Cinema. But you? You can enjoy the experience here:
TURNSTILE LOVE CONNECTION
Proving their never-boring nature, the EP expels excellence with a genre-blend of hardcore. With perfected production, TURNSTILE LOVE CONNECTION has a sound as smooth as summer. While we could talk for forever about the astounding artistry that is Turnstile, you’ve gotta hear this for yourself. We promise it’s worth it. Stream it now!
Now, the band is bringing their unmatched energy back to the stage with a solid schedule of headline shows this summer, and a string of festival performances in the fall. Grab tickets here, but only a few shows are left so hurry up!
In addition, Turnstile is finally filling our voids for some serious T.L.C.! Can you guess our favorite track from these hardcore hotties? It’s all of them. Let us know yours by giving us a holler on Twitter @TheHoneyPOP on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram!
Need some more hardcore? Bet.
Featured Image Source: Official Cover Art | Image Source: Jimmy Fontaine