Virginia Beach indie outfit Turnover will be passing through town, giving music fans an excuse to take advantage of an underrated Monday night in Buffalo.
Emerging as an emo-pop act on the Boston-based label Run for Cover Records in 2013, the group has since slowly drifted away from its early roots to a more wistful, sun-kissed variety of indie rock, first seen on its fantastic sophomore album "Peripheral Vision." Check out the group's performance of the standout cut "Hello Euphoria" on its Audiotree Live session for a little taste.
At the end of August, the band released "Good Nature," a breezy collection of mellow guitar pop that seemed hand-crafted for a laid back summer night. Fans of Real Estate's subtle, melancholic work would find "Good Nature" right up their alley.
Opening for Turnover will be label mates Elvis Depressedly. The cleverly named outfit out of Asheville, North Carolina has built an expansive and diverse discography, now at eight lo-fi releases and counting, since debuting in 2011.
Los Angeles guitarist Emma Ruth Rundle is also set to perform.
Turnover with Elvis Depressedly: 7 p.m. Nov. 13 in the Town Ballroom (681 Main St.). Tickets are $16 in advance, $19 at the door (box office, Ticketfly or call 877-987-6487).