Turnstile knows every record could be their last, or the start of ten more

Plus, how stage diving alleviates Brendan Yates' nerves
Brendan Yates
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There’s been a lot of buzz around Turnstile of late and if you caught them at Coachella, you easily see why.

LISTEN: Nicole Alvarez sits down with Brendan Yates of Turnstile live from Coachella

Audacy’s Nicole Alvarez sat down with Turnstile frontman Brendan Yates live at Coachella as the two discussed the band’s ever growing fanbase.

Turnstile has certainly gotten a lot of attention as of late. For Yates, it’s not something he’s overly concerned about. “For me the cool thing about it is there is no goal. It just feels like what we should be doing,” he said. “Anytime we do a record I’m pretty aware that it could be the last one or there could be ten more.”

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Yates also shared a hilarious story about what was going through his head the first time he stepped on stage. He was a drummer at first so he didn’t have to worry about being front and center, which suited him well at the time.

When he was younger and fronted a band as a singer for the first time, it was a whole different experience. “It was scary so I would just throw my body off the stage because I’d get nervous,” he said.

“It was a lot of built up energy.”

Check out the full interview with Turnstile frontman Brendan Yates above.

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