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EU friends! Just added 2 shows in Spain (Madrid and Barcelona) to the October / November tour. On sale Friday. Rest of the shows are on sale now (and selling fast!) - Germore
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Fan Reviews

Rebecca
June 7th 2024
Absolute legend. I wish he believed in his own abilities enough to stop with the infernal strobe lighting. It was brighter than the noon sun and it was out for my corneas. Frank was drenched with sweat a couple of songs in, and I guarantee the artist and the pumped up audience would have enjoyed the show so much more without those crazy flashing strobes. The other artists in the lineup did not suffer from this sweaty, retina melting malady, so I hope you can understand your discomfort was over shared and completely self imposed. Do better, Frank. You may be undefeated, but I was - by those glaring strobe lights! The music shines through enough on its own.
Salt Lake City, UT@
The Depot
Sam
June 6th 2024
Fucking frank tuner is dreamy! First time seeing my amigo the devil , they were really good and I am excited to see them again. Bridge city sinners were really good, although their set wasn’t as long as I hoped. The opening band was really amazing, I look forward to seeing them again.
Salt Lake City, UT@
The Depot
Cara
November 30th 2023
epic show!! 😁🥳🥳💃💃🥰🥰 frank's charming and funny between songs, reminding us to look out for each other while we enjoy ourselves; being part of the sing-along was the happiest i've been in years 😁😁 can't wait for the next adelaide show - i nominate a return to hindley street music hall, as a perfect venue
Adelaide, Australia@
Hindley Street Music Hall
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About Frank Turner

For three long and often lonely years of life on the road, plying a brand of honest and passionate folk/punk, Frank Turner continued to rise to prominence with an ever increasing following. But it was in the sweaty climes of the Lock Up Stage at Reading and Leeds 2008 that his solo career really started to take off. Inside the packed out tents, heaving with adoring fans and intrigued passers-by, Frank led the congregation in a mass sing-a-long; a stirring set that not only sparked the interest of the British mainstream but resonated unassumingly across the pond as a wealth of American punk bands watched approvingly from the sidelines.

No stranger to the festival, Frank had not only played the Lock Up Tent with former hardcore band Million Dead back in 2005 but also as a tentative solo artist in 2007 when debut album ‘Sleep Is For The Week’ was just an underground success. Within the following year, Frank’s popularity grew with yet more touring and the release of second album 'Love Ire & Song' in March 08. He started to play larger headline shows and develop the live band that he was looking for.

The profits of all his hard work came together that festival weekend; it kicked started a new wave of interest and thanks to the unwavering support from Radio 1 DJs Mike Davies and Steve Lamacq, the rest of Radio 1 began to follow suit. Soon enough when Frank’s single 'Long Live The Queen' – taken from ‘Love Ire & Song' – was released in October, it made the R1 C-list, was Single Of The Week on Sara Cox’s show and helped sell out Frank’s largest UK headline tour culminating in a bursting-over-capacity-finale at London’s Scala. The following single 'Reasons Not To Be An Idiot' released in January of this year eclipsed those successes by graduating to the R1’s B-list, 6Music’s A-list and XFM’s daytime playlist, prompted a Live Lounge session for Sara Cox, a Hub Session for George Lamb as well as making iTunes Single Of The Week all helping to recruit a new army of Frank followers.

It was also during this time that sections of the US punk fraternity began to take notice. Having watched the infamous Lock Up Stage set at Reading and Leeds, Vinnie from Less Than Jake got in contact asking to release 'The First Three Years' album (a collection of all early and previously unreleased material, live tracks and b-sides released in the UK in December 08 on his vinyl label Paper and Plastick. Chuck Ragan took him on the Revival Tour with Tim Barry across America, he did a few shows with up and coming stars Fake Problems and New Jersey boys The Gaslight Anthem invited him to support them on their huge UK and European dates in the early part of this year. It was evident that word was spreading throughout the punk scenes both sides of the Atlantic and by the time Frank flew in to Austin, Texas for the annual industry showcase SXSW in March, a whole new chapter in his story was about to begin.

Frank’s brand of folk songwriting, catchy melodies and punk passion had reached the ears of the CEO of US independent label Epitaph Records, Bad Religion’s legendary guitarist: Brett Gurewitz. Excited by what he had heard and seen when Frank headlined LA’s notorious Viper Rooms in March, Gurewitz got in contact and soon enough plans were formulated and a worldwide deal was inked. With loyalty and integrity firmly intact, Frank kept his relationship with his existing label Xtra Mile Recordings for all releases in the UK and Ireland and so the two labels will work closely for what will undoubtedly be an exciting new era in Frank’s ever evolving career.

“Frank Turner’s music is a revelation to me,” says Gurewitz. “I can’t stop listening to it. It’s a real privilege to get out there and help Xtra Mile spread the Frank Turner gospel.”

Epitaph is the perfect home for Frank. With its fiercely independent spirit, rich in punk and hardcore history it is also home to the song-writing talents of Nick Cave and Tom Waits on sister label Anti; mirroring Frank’s cross-over appeal of punk ethics and strong song-writing abilities. Inspired by the likes of Bad Religion as a kid, this really is a dream come true for Frank.

So with this exciting plot in place the year ahead is looking pretty good. His third studio album, ‘Poetry Of The Deed’, released worldwide in September, sees Frank venture in a more rock direction recruiting his outstanding band for the recording process. Performing live has always been at the very heart of the Frank Turner experience and whilst he’s still writing all the songs, they will be recorded live to help bring that experience to the album. Grammy nominated producer Alex Newport – who has previously worked with Death Cab For Cutie, At The Drive-In, Two Gallants – is on production duties after contacting Frank directly asking if they could work together. Coinciding nicely with the release are tours in America and Europe as well as the massive UK headline tour in October, where having previously supported The Gaslight Anthem at London’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire, he will return triumphantly to headline for the last night of the tour.

Before that though, another summer of further touring and festivals lies ahead. He will jet off to the East Coast of America to support The Offspring for 12 dates of their tour in July, performing solo to potentially 30,000 people. He’ll play at Camp Bestival and Jersey Live fest and return full circle to this year’s Reading and Leeds Festival. This time, however, he will play the larger Radio 1/NME tent midway through the afternoon and judging by what happened last year it’ll be another defining moment in this story of one beardy man and his acoustic guitar. The best is yet to come.
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Genres:
Punk, Folk Rock
Band Members:
Frank Turner, Live Band, The Sleeping Souls: Matt Nasir, Ben Lloyd, Tarrant Anderson, Callum Green
Hometown:
Winchester, United Kingdom

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Latest Posts

Frank Turner
a month ago
EU friends! Just added 2 shows in Spain (Madrid and Barcelona) to the October / November tour. On sale Friday. Rest of the shows are on sale now (and selling fast!) - Germore
View More Posts

Live Photos of Frank Turner

Frank Turner at Philadelphia, PA in The Fillmore Philadelphia 2024
View All Photos

Frank Turner merch
amazonview store

UNDEFEATED (AMAZON EXCLUSIVE SIGNED CD)
$22.11
Buddies II: Still Buddies
$13.98
West Coast Vs. Wessex
$23.98
Womens Frank Turner - Wessex Boy - Of...
$24.99
Last Minute - Official Merchandise Pu...
$39.99
Last Minute - Official Merchandise T-...
$19.99
Wessex Boy - Official Merchandise Pre...
$24.99
Last Minute - Official Merchandise Lo...
$31.62
England - Official Merchandise Premiu...
$24.99
England - Official Merchandise T-Shirt
$19.99
Wessex Boy - Official Merchandise T-S...
$19.99
Last Minute - Official Merchandise Pr...
$24.99
Bones - Official Merchandise Sweatshirt
$36.22
Bones - Official Merchandise Pullover...
$38.44
Bones - Official Merchandise T-Shirt
$19.99
Bones - Official Merchandise Premium ...
$24.99
Be More Kind
$9.99
Songbook
$141.85
Positive Songs For Negative People
$69.99
Tape Deck Heart
$22.26
View All
Frank Turner's tour

Fan Reviews

Rebecca
June 7th 2024
Absolute legend. I wish he believed in his own abilities enough to stop with the infernal strobe lighting. It was brighter than the noon sun and it was out for my corneas. Frank was drenched with sweat a couple of songs in, and I guarantee the artist and the pumped up audience would have enjoyed the show so much more without those crazy flashing strobes. The other artists in the lineup did not suffer from this sweaty, retina melting malady, so I hope you can understand your discomfort was over shared and completely self imposed. Do better, Frank. You may be undefeated, but I was - by those glaring strobe lights! The music shines through enough on its own.
Salt Lake City, UT@
The Depot
Sam
June 6th 2024
Fucking frank tuner is dreamy! First time seeing my amigo the devil , they were really good and I am excited to see them again. Bridge city sinners were really good, although their set wasn’t as long as I hoped. The opening band was really amazing, I look forward to seeing them again.
Salt Lake City, UT@
The Depot
Cara
November 30th 2023
epic show!! 😁🥳🥳💃💃🥰🥰 frank's charming and funny between songs, reminding us to look out for each other while we enjoy ourselves; being part of the sing-along was the happiest i've been in years 😁😁 can't wait for the next adelaide show - i nominate a return to hindley street music hall, as a perfect venue
Adelaide, Australia@
Hindley Street Music Hall
View More Fan Reviews

About Frank Turner

For three long and often lonely years of life on the road, plying a brand of honest and passionate folk/punk, Frank Turner continued to rise to prominence with an ever increasing following. But it was in the sweaty climes of the Lock Up Stage at Reading and Leeds 2008 that his solo career really started to take off. Inside the packed out tents, heaving with adoring fans and intrigued passers-by, Frank led the congregation in a mass sing-a-long; a stirring set that not only sparked the interest of the British mainstream but resonated unassumingly across the pond as a wealth of American punk bands watched approvingly from the sidelines.

No stranger to the festival, Frank had not only played the Lock Up Tent with former hardcore band Million Dead back in 2005 but also as a tentative solo artist in 2007 when debut album ‘Sleep Is For The Week’ was just an underground success. Within the following year, Frank’s popularity grew with yet more touring and the release of second album 'Love Ire & Song' in March 08. He started to play larger headline shows and develop the live band that he was looking for.

The profits of all his hard work came together that festival weekend; it kicked started a new wave of interest and thanks to the unwavering support from Radio 1 DJs Mike Davies and Steve Lamacq, the rest of Radio 1 began to follow suit. Soon enough when Frank’s single 'Long Live The Queen' – taken from ‘Love Ire & Song' – was released in October, it made the R1 C-list, was Single Of The Week on Sara Cox’s show and helped sell out Frank’s largest UK headline tour culminating in a bursting-over-capacity-finale at London’s Scala. The following single 'Reasons Not To Be An Idiot' released in January of this year eclipsed those successes by graduating to the R1’s B-list, 6Music’s A-list and XFM’s daytime playlist, prompted a Live Lounge session for Sara Cox, a Hub Session for George Lamb as well as making iTunes Single Of The Week all helping to recruit a new army of Frank followers.

It was also during this time that sections of the US punk fraternity began to take notice. Having watched the infamous Lock Up Stage set at Reading and Leeds, Vinnie from Less Than Jake got in contact asking to release 'The First Three Years' album (a collection of all early and previously unreleased material, live tracks and b-sides released in the UK in December 08 on his vinyl label Paper and Plastick. Chuck Ragan took him on the Revival Tour with Tim Barry across America, he did a few shows with up and coming stars Fake Problems and New Jersey boys The Gaslight Anthem invited him to support them on their huge UK and European dates in the early part of this year. It was evident that word was spreading throughout the punk scenes both sides of the Atlantic and by the time Frank flew in to Austin, Texas for the annual industry showcase SXSW in March, a whole new chapter in his story was about to begin.

Frank’s brand of folk songwriting, catchy melodies and punk passion had reached the ears of the CEO of US independent label Epitaph Records, Bad Religion’s legendary guitarist: Brett Gurewitz. Excited by what he had heard and seen when Frank headlined LA’s notorious Viper Rooms in March, Gurewitz got in contact and soon enough plans were formulated and a worldwide deal was inked. With loyalty and integrity firmly intact, Frank kept his relationship with his existing label Xtra Mile Recordings for all releases in the UK and Ireland and so the two labels will work closely for what will undoubtedly be an exciting new era in Frank’s ever evolving career.

“Frank Turner’s music is a revelation to me,” says Gurewitz. “I can’t stop listening to it. It’s a real privilege to get out there and help Xtra Mile spread the Frank Turner gospel.”

Epitaph is the perfect home for Frank. With its fiercely independent spirit, rich in punk and hardcore history it is also home to the song-writing talents of Nick Cave and Tom Waits on sister label Anti; mirroring Frank’s cross-over appeal of punk ethics and strong song-writing abilities. Inspired by the likes of Bad Religion as a kid, this really is a dream come true for Frank.

So with this exciting plot in place the year ahead is looking pretty good. His third studio album, ‘Poetry Of The Deed’, released worldwide in September, sees Frank venture in a more rock direction recruiting his outstanding band for the recording process. Performing live has always been at the very heart of the Frank Turner experience and whilst he’s still writing all the songs, they will be recorded live to help bring that experience to the album. Grammy nominated producer Alex Newport – who has previously worked with Death Cab For Cutie, At The Drive-In, Two Gallants – is on production duties after contacting Frank directly asking if they could work together. Coinciding nicely with the release are tours in America and Europe as well as the massive UK headline tour in October, where having previously supported The Gaslight Anthem at London’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire, he will return triumphantly to headline for the last night of the tour.

Before that though, another summer of further touring and festivals lies ahead. He will jet off to the East Coast of America to support The Offspring for 12 dates of their tour in July, performing solo to potentially 30,000 people. He’ll play at Camp Bestival and Jersey Live fest and return full circle to this year’s Reading and Leeds Festival. This time, however, he will play the larger Radio 1/NME tent midway through the afternoon and judging by what happened last year it’ll be another defining moment in this story of one beardy man and his acoustic guitar. The best is yet to come.
Show More
Genres:
Punk, Folk Rock
Band Members:
Frank Turner, Live Band, The Sleeping Souls: Matt Nasir, Ben Lloyd, Tarrant Anderson, Callum Green
Hometown:
Winchester, United Kingdom

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