Turnstile May 2021 promo credit Jimmy Fontaine
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Turnstile return with brand-new single, Mystery

Turnstile are back! Listen to the band’s first new single – Mystery – since 2018’s killer Time & Space album.

As Turnstile gear up to make their live return in 2021 (including a just-announced slot on Slipknots huge Knotfest Iowa), the Baltimore heroes will now be bringing fresh music along for the ride, having just released a brand-new single: Mystery.

The track is the band’s first official new song since 2018’s incredible Time & Space album, having also unveiled their Share A View collaboration with Mall Grab in 2020 between then.

Read this: Turnstile’s Brendan Yates: The 10 songs that changed my life

A press release declares that, on Mystery, Turnstile search for beauty and find peace in the unknown as they reject the notion of normal”. Hear it for yourself below:

Speaking to Kerrang! in 2018 about their genre-bending take on hardcore punk, frontman Brendan Yates enthused: Hardcore can be whatever anyone wants it to be. It’s about a sense of community where a show can happen anywhere there’s a room for people to come to. It’s about the collective diversity, where bands can express themselves in the ways that best resonate with them. It’s about finding common ground that’s all connected, whether the bands involved are super melodic or super hard-hitting. 

Not defining what hardcore is can be what makes it most exciting.”

Well, we really can’t wait to hear what else they’ve got up their sleeves following Mystery…

Read this: Drugs, violence and social decay: The making of New York hardcore

Posted on May 26th 2021, 3:30p.m.
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