Turnstile have shared their NPR “Tiny Desk (Home) Concert” performance. Filmed by Hate5six near an art installation by GIVE’s John Scharbach featuring hundreds of stuffed animals, it reportedly marks the first time a hardcore band has played the famous NPR series. Turnstile squeezed in seven songs from their album Glow On for the set: “Endless, “Underwater Boi,” “Blackout,” “Don’t Play,” a stripped-down version of “Mystery,” “T.L.C. (Turnstile Love Connection),” and “Alien Love Call.” Watch it below.
Turnstile recently announced a world tour kicking off in February in support of their fourth LP Glow On. In December, Turnstile made their TV debut on Seth Meyers where they played two songs from the record.
Revisit Pitchfork’s feature “How Riley Gale, Go-Go Music, and Jet Li Inspired Turnstile’s Glow On.”