Turnstile’s second album and Roadrunner label debut ‘TIME & SPACE’ has emerged as one of the most critically acclaimed collections of the year to date, with enthusiast coverage from NME, Kerrang!, i-D, TheFader, GQ, Rolling Stone, Billboard and many more.
Now Turnstile are set to bring their boundary-breaking, youth-driven hardcore punk to the UK for their first full tour since the album was released. Having recently played the Jay-Z curated Made In AmericaFestival, Turnstile will bring their live show – described by Metal Hammer as delivering “prison riot-style chaos” – to the following venues:
23rd – Cardiff, The Globe
24th – Glasgow, Classic Grand
25th – Birmingham, The Mill
26th – London, House of Vans (FREE SHOW info coming soon on www.houseofvanslondon.com and band socials)
27th – Manchester, Rebellion
Tickets go on sale from 10AM on THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 6TH from all usual outlets.
Comprised of Brendan Yates (vocals), Franz Lyons (bass/vocals), Brady Ebert (guitars), Pat McCrory (guitars) and Daniel Fang (drums), Turnstile’s ‘TIME & SPACE’ is the result of a band operating without boundaries, always growing, always in super-motion.
The band recently magnified the attention that has greeted the album by sharing the official music video for ‘Bomb’ and ‘I Don’t Wanna Be Blind’. It was directed by photographer and skateboarder Atiba Jefferson, with award-winning cinematographer Ty Evans joining as director of photography. Both Jefferson and Evans have become world renowned for creating and capturing some of skateboarding’s most iconic moments on film.
Back home in the States, Turnstile will hit Tyler, The Creator’s 2018 Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival (November 10th / 11th) before they tour alongside Every Time I Die, Angel Du$t and Vein. For more tickets and more information please visit www.turnstilehardcore.com.
“Hardcore’s hottest band.” – Kerrang!
“Not since Refused’s seminal ‘The Shape Of Punk To Come’ has a punk-rock record so wilfully played with the expectations of the genre.” – NME
“Turnstile is more than a good hardcore band—they’ve got a whole movement behind them.” – GQ
“You need to listen to Baltimore hardcore band Turnstile.” – i-D
“Turnstile’s hardcore knows no boundaries.” – The FADER
“A bright, brilliantly breathless dispatch of noise.” – Q
“It’s a short sharp shock from the Reign in Blood school of thinking, but stereotypical this ain’t.” – Metal Hammer
“Their energetic live shows and groove-laden hooks have drawn comparisons with Rage Against The Machine.” – Down For Life
“Inventive and forward-thinking boundary pushers.” – DIY
“One of the hottest bands in hardcore.” – Upset