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Meonstoke, Hampshire (2004 – present)

Frank Turner (born 28 December 1981) is an English folk/punk singer-songwriter from Meonstoke, Hampshire. Initially the vocalist of post-hardcore band Million Dead, Turner embarked upon a primarily acoustic-based solo career following the band’s split in 2005. To date, Turner has released five solo albums, two rarities compilation albums, one split album and five EPs. Turner’s fifth studio album, Tape Deck Heart was released on 22 April 2013.

Frank Turner started solo shows prior to Million Dead’s break up. The first official performance was at the first Small Town America all dayer at 93 Feet East on September 18th 2004. The solo performances were, in a sense, a sideline to Million Dead. They did allow Turner to display some of his own songwriting capabilities (without a band) as well as some covers of songs and bands he enjoyed, in some cases the songs were much re-worked to fit an acoustic atmosphere. Solo performances were also used to help bolster or expose Million Dead to new individuals as well, with some acoustic in-store and radio performances of Million Dead songs.

At the end of February and start of March (2006) Frank went to Oxford to record the “Campfire Punkrock” EP with Dive Dive as the backing band for three of the songs. This EP was released on May 15 2006 on a limited run through Xtra Mile recordings. It sold out after only a few weeks on sale and had to be re-pressed to meet demand.


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  • JackJones17

    best therapy after being heartbroken [8] but nothing beats Dylans' Blood on the Tracks!

    19 Jul 2:07pm Reply
  • idiotintraining

    I can't get enough Frank Turner. I'm glad I at least caught a part of his set at gov ball.

    9 Jun 8:20pm Reply
  • f88db5

    nice! - danke, Ben :)

    14 May 10:18pm Reply
  • SuitcaseLife

    Did an interview with Franks absolutely awesome band: The Sleeping Souls! You can listen to it here:

    17 Mar 9:10pm Reply
  • imperator102

    best therapy after being heartbroken [7] wise words, sir!

    4 Mar 7:23pm Reply
  • Ovel_ha

    best therapy after being heartbroken [6] YEEEAAHH!

    13 Feb 12:08am Reply
  • JamesNeeds

    Hi everyone. I quickly need to sell 2 Frank Turner tickets for this Wednesday 12th February 2014 at the 02 arena, London. They are in block 102, row G. I bought the 2 for £61 pounds together and I can sell them both for £45. They are on Viagogo or if you want them at this price then please email me at if you are interested. Price may be negotiable. They are e-tickets so I can email you the PDF document with them on, ready to be printed out. I can only accept PayPal but if you don't have an account then it is really easy to set up online. If you are interested or have any questions at all then please feel free to email me. Thanks everyone - James -

    9 Feb 10:08pm Reply
  • SunSearcher

    ♫ recovery ♪♪♫

    8 Feb 7:58pm Reply
  • anightbythesea

    best therapy after being heartbroken [5] SO UNDERRATED!!!

    4 Feb 2:46am Reply
  • petitpedro

    best therapy after being heartbroken [4]

    20 Jan 2:10am Reply
  • stellar-candy

    best therapy after being heartbroken [3]

    12 Jan 10:53am Reply
  • oldbirds

    best therapy after being heartbroken

    16 Dec 2013 Reply
  • notomorrow-

    his songs are so perfect, i want to cry.

    15 Dec 2013 Reply
  • patiii2

    Frank Turner de gira por España

    23 Nov 2013 Reply
  • Christophogo

    Frank covering Biffy and Frightened Rabbit is awesome, hah. love it.

    22 Nov 2013 Reply
  • SuitcaseLife

    Oh yes, I agree in the fact that 'A Decent Cup Of Tea' is one of his best songs!

    17 Nov 2013 Reply
  • UntitledVIII

    'Anymore' is hardly dross. Yes, it's not a song that will get much live usage but it's the most intensely personal song Frank has ever written. I love Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls, but I equally love it when Frank reverts to just him and his guitar and belts out some awesome, deeply personal lyrics (Anymore, A Decent Cup of Tea, Worse Things Happen At Sea...etc)

    24 Oct 2013 Reply
  • Lawman_05

    The songs on the Losing Days EP are a lot better than some of the dross on Tape Deck Heart (Broken Piano, We Shall Not Overcome, Anymore etc)

    6 Oct 2013 Reply
  • SuitcaseLife

    I can't help myself. I can see him over and over again and every single concert it feels like I fall in love with his music for the very first time. I saw many musicans the last year and not many of them had so many songs who touched my heart like Franks songs are able to. There're not many people I would call a genius, but he's in my opinion. Next friday is my 10th concert of him and I wish I could see him another 20 times this year. Just briliant!

    12 Sep 2013 Reply
  • SuitcaseLife

    We asked Frank for his top 5 records of the moment! Check it out at Lieblingstape:

    9 Sep 2013 Reply
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