Watch Julien Baker join Turnstile for ‘Underwater Boi’ at Rock En Seine

Turnstile's Brendan Yates also joined Boygenius for a performance of 'Satanist' at the festival

BoygeniusJulien Baker has finally joined Turnstile onstage to perform the band’s ‘Underwater Boi’ – watch fan-shot footage below.

While performing at Rock En Seine in France on August 25, Turnstile brought out Boygenius member Julien Baker for a special performance of ‘Underwater Boi’, taken off their celebrated 2021 album ‘Glow On’.

On the original track, Baker provides backing vocals, harmonising with Turnstile frontman Brendan Yates. This marks the first time the two acts have performed ‘Underwater Boi’ together.


Watch fan-shot footage of the collaboration via @boygeniussource on X/Twitter below.

Later that same day for Boygenius’ set, Turnstile frontman Brendan Yates and Viagra Boys‘ Sebastian Murphy joined the trio for a performance of ‘Satanist’.



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Turnstile most recently teamed up with BADBADNOTGOOD on a new EP, ‘New Heart Designs’. Released earlier this month (August 11), the collection comprises alternative, jazz-orientated re-workings of three songs from Turnstile’s third studio album, ‘Glow On’, which came out in 2021.

In a five-star review of ‘Glow On’NME said that the album “goes wherever it damn pleases, scorching a new path for others in their wake. Sometimes not knowing where you’re going next is the most exciting thing possible.”

In March this year, Boygenius released their debut album, ‘The Record’. In a glowing five-star review of the album, NME wrote: “This debut is a gorgeous testament to what can happen when you allow yourself to fully be seen. Though each of the album’s 12 tracks could have fit nicely on one of their personal records, their work together takes on a brighter bolder existence, enabling them to light up individually and together at the same time. Bridgers, Dacus and Baker did the tedious work of getting to know each other artistically and collaboratively and then poured what they found out into the world. Now, we as listeners, get to benefit.”

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