As Virginia Beach rockers Turnover finishes packing their suitcases for their European tour this week, they have released a new video for their single “Plant Sugar” from their fourth full-length album, Altogether via Run For Cover Records. The video, directed by noted cinematographer Ian Hurdle, pieces together footage from a recent camping trip along the California coast that the band took together, capturing the cohesive nature of the album as a whole. As well as “Plant Sugar,” the album includes previously-released singles “Number On The Gate,” “Parties,” and “Much After Feeling.”
“We shot this video sort of by accident! The band and I went on a camping trip down the coast of California in December. I just happened to have a small DV camera in my bag and filmed a little bit every day until the tape filled up! When we got home I shared the footage with everyone and we were so psyched on it, we decided to cut it into a music video for ‘Plant Sugar’. I linked up with Anthony the next day and we stumbled upon the fast forward effect while capturing the DV tapes into Premiere. After that, the video cut together super quickly. The whole process end to end felt super organic. Like I said – kind of an accident!”
The video comes out as the band packs their bags and heads out on the European and UK legs of their tour, which includes their biggest headlining show to date in the UK at London’s fabled Brixton Electric on March 13th.