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With a festival like MidPoint, it is increasingly difficult to navigate the schedule and make good decisions on who to see. I know a lot of friends looking for guidance during non-headliner time slots on who to check out. Well, if you gravitate towards some familiar names when taking that first step, Turbo Fruits might be a great choice for you.
Turbo Fruits are releasing their 3rd full-length album, Butter, on September 11th, via Kings of Leons label, Serpents & Snakes. The album was recorded in Austin, Texas with Spoon’s Jim Eno and the four piece from Nashville is fronted by Jonas Stein, formerly of Be Your Own Pet. They just got off the road after a long tour with Deer Tick, and oh yeah, did I mention they are a staple of the Nashville indie rock scene?
Plenty of familiarity there, but the bigger reason to catch Turbo Fruits at MPMF this year is that they are a really fun band. It has just enough pop to get you moving and just enough garage and gunk to mask the sugar that lies underneath.
From NME: “This delightful garage-pop comes with the unmistakably sweet stench of misspent youth.
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