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Turn It Around (song)

"Turn It Around"
B-side "Turn It Around" (TC Remix)
Released 22 September 2013
Format Digital download, vinyl
Genre Drumstep, Drum and bass
Length 3:13
Label RAM Records, Mercury Records
Writer(s) Nick Douwma, Kele Okereke
Producer Sub Focus
Sub Focus singles chronology

"Endorphins"
(2013)
"Turn It Around"
(2013)

"Turn It Around" is a song by the drum and bass artist Sub Focus, featuring vocals from Bloc Party's lead singer Kele Okereke (credited as Kele on the release).[1] It was released as the fifth single from Sub Focus' second studio album Torus on 22 September 2013, through RAM Records and Mercury Records.

Music video

A music video to accompany the release of "Turn It Around" was first released onto YouTube on 28 August 2013 at a total length of three minutes and thirty-two seconds. The video tells the story of a girl who hates the technology around her, so she escapes city life by discovering nature and "turns her life around".[2]

Track listing

Digital download - single[1]
No. Title Length
1. "Turn It Around" (featuring Kele) 3:13
Digital download - EP[3]
No. Title Length
1. "Turn It Around" (featuring Kele) (MK Remix) 7:34
2. "Turn It Around" (featuring Kele) (MK Dub) 7:34
3. "Turn It Around" (featuring Kele) (TC Remix) 3:49
4. "Turn It Around" (featuring Kele) (Jacob Plant Remix) 4:52
12" vinyl
No. Title Length
1. "Turn It Around" (featuring Kele) 3:13
2. "Turn It Around" (featuring Kele) (TC Remix) 3:49

Chart performance

Weekly charts

Chart (2013) Peak
position
Scotland (Official Charts Company)[4] 14
UK Dance (Official Charts Company)[5] 5
UK Singles (Official Charts Company)[6] 14

Release history

Region Date Format Label
Worldwide 22 September 2013[1] Digital download, vinyl RAM Records, Mercury Records

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