Baltimore hardcore outfit Turnstile took to Late Night With Seth Meyers where they performed “Mystery” and “TLC.”
The performance marked Turnstile’s late-night television debut. Throughout the performance, Turnstile brought their rowdy energy to the stage to perform two Glow On tracks.
While the crowd usually plays a big role in the contemporary hardcore outfit’s live sets, there was no moshing or jumping off stage during “Mystery” or “TLC.” Despite that, the band stayed in motion through the entirety of the performance. Bouncing around beneath pink lighting, Turnstile deliver a raucous rendition of the tunes.
Watch Turnstile’s performance of “Mystery” and “TLC” below.
Turnstile released their highly anticipated record Glow On in August. The frenetic five-piece never divert from their hardcore origins. The group offers mosh pit ragers with thrashing guitar and explosive energy. However, the record sees Turnstile do complex creative experimentation with bold piano-led intros, dreamy synth sequences and lush, soaring vocals.
“Mystery” serves as the album opener, where as “TLC” stands out near the end of the album.
The album is vulnerable, dealing with complicated relationships and heartbreak. Opening with a soft piano rhythm, “Fly Again” is a rambunctious break-up tune that mulls over the question “do you really wanna fly again?” before deciding he “still can’t fill the hole you left behind”. “Dance-Off” consists of a cowbell-infused beat and states that “it’s goodbye, it was a good time, the world is changing.”
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