The Turns follow an esteemed tradition of L.A. psychedelic rock outfits. New single, Just Like You, sounds like it danced straight out of the flower fields of the sixties and early seventies. Fully equipped with jangling guitars, flowery lead motifs and jaded, baritone vocals; the group possess an aesthetic undeniably reminiscent of bands such as The Byrds, Jefferson Airplane, The Doors and The Hollies.

The back-in-time ballad is self described as a “rhythmic meditation, as the ensemble mindfully ponders the ambivalence that sparked the separation. Describing how quickly things change, when two people go from heavily influencing one another to all of a sudden becoming strangers.”

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