Track: Frank Turner – 1933, plus UK headline tour dates

First track from Frank Turner’s new album released

Incensed by articles suggesting that punk rock is somehow alludes to the alt right spurred Frank Turner to write the track 1933 which is the first track to be released from his new album ‘Be more Kind’ out on May 4th, 2018 during his UK tour. “The idea that Breitbart or Steve Bannon think they have anything to do with punk rock makes me extremely angry says Turner”. This fury is stamped all over this explosive track in which one line screams out ‘”first time is a tragedy, the second time is a farce.” the idea that perhaps history is repeating itself. The album is released on the Xtra Mile Recordings/Polydor Records label and has been produced by ex-White Denim members Austin Jenkins and Joshua Block, alongside Charlie Hugall (Florence And The Machine, Halsey).

He heads out on a headline tour in April – details below.

13th Manchester Academy
15th Dublin The Academy
18th Belfast The Limelight
20th Aberdeen The Garage
21st Edinburgh Liquid Room
22nd Newcastle O2 Academy
24th Sheffield O2 Academy
25th Liverpool O2 Academy
27th Bristol O2 Academy
28th Exeter Uni Great Hall
30th Cambridge Corn Exchange
1st Southampton Guildhall 01/05/2018
2nd Southend Cliffs Pavilion 02/05/2018
4th Leicester O2 Academy 04/05/2018
5th Oxford O2 Academy 05/05/2018
8th Hull City Hall
9th Norwich UEA

Tickets go on sale on Friday 2nd Feb at 10.00am and are available from here with a special fan pre-sale starting now on Frank’s store

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