FRANK TURNER single, “Recovery” and video available today

By on March 5, 2013



Following a year that saw a headline sold-out Wembley Arena show and a performance at the London Olympics Opening Ceremony, Frank Turner will release Tape Deck Heart on April 23 through Xtra Mile Recordings/Interscope. Produced and mixed by Rich Costey (Muse, Weezer, Rage Against the Machine, Interpol) Tape Deck Heart is the follow-up to the UK-born folk/punk hero’s 2011 album England Keep My Bones which has sold over 100,000 copies worldwide.


The first single “Recovery” is available today, March 5. One of several break-up songs on the album, “Recovery” sets tales of cider-fuelled nights in strange flats to joyous, jubilant, sing-along rock. “I like that contrast between upbeat music and dark lyrics,” says Turner. “It sounds like a happy song, but it’s clearly not. The album is about unexpected change and a big part of it is relationships ending.”


Watch the video for “Recovery” here:



3/06     Los Angeles, CA           The Roxy

3/07     Los Angeles, CA           Hotel Café

3/08     Austin, TX                    BBC America Roadhouse

3/09     Austin, TX                    SXSW Interactive, AP “Bonus Round Party” @ Palmer Center                        

3/11     San Antonio, TX           White Rabbit

3/12     Corpus Christi, TX       House of Rock

3/14     Austin, TX                    The Liberty

3/15     Denver, CO                 Lodo’s Bar

3/15     Austin, TX                    Xtra Mile Night @ Black Heart Stage

3/16     Austin, TX                    AP “100 Bands You Need to Know” Showcase @ Red 7

3/16     Austin, TX                    Revival Tour @ Cedar Street                           


Author: DaveHHM

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