After the massive success of “Peripheral Vision” it’s safe to say that everyone in the indie, emo, and pop-punk scenes are waiting with bated breath for Turnover’s next release. The “Humblest Pleasures EP” is just two tracks, the A-Side “Humblest Pleasures” and the B-Side “Change Irreversible,” but if they’re a hint at what is to come on their next LP than you have every right to be excited. There is a strong shoegaze presence on both songs. The title track is both the catchiest and smoothest song that the band has recorded yet. There’s a crooning cross between a hum and whistle that Austin Getz breathes out after the first verse that’s simply magnetic. The chorus is incredibly memorable as Getz recalls sex with a past lover and lamenting how “I know that I’ll forget it.” The A-Side is seriously a contender for best song by the band. If “Magnolia” was the band’s winter album and “Peripheral Vision” their summer then this EP is their spring. Get ready for the thaw and the blooming.