New Frank Turner album out in April

Tape Deck Heart
The details of Frank Turner‘s new album are out! The new album of the British folksinger will be called Tape Deck Heart and has its release on April 22nd. You can find the tracklist and pre-order details below.

Tape Deck Heart is the fifth studio album of singer/songwriter Turner, the successor of England Keep My Bones in 2011. It is recorded by producer Rich Costey (o.a. Muse/Rage Against the Machine/Weezer/Arctic Monkeys) with The Sleeping Souls as backing band. A few songs are already out in the open, such as Recovery and Wherefore Art Thou Gene Simmons, but Frank Turner also gave Four Simple Words (view video below) and Cowboy Chords away through XtraMile as download as a Christmas present.

Besides the normal version of Tape Deck Heart, there will also be a deluxe edition of the cd, containing six extra songs. You can already pre-order them through Frank Turner’s site. Shown below is the artwork and the tracklists for both versions. You can click on the artwork for a bigger picture.

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1. Recovery
2. Losing Days
3. The Way I Tend To Be
4. Plain Sailing Weather
5. Good & Gone
6. Tell Tale Signs
7. Four Simple Words
8. Polaroid Picture
9. The Fisher King Blues
10. Anymore
11. Oh Brother
12. Broken Piano

1. We Shall Not Overcome
2. Wherefore Art Thou Gene Simmons
3. Tattoos
4. Undeveloped Film
5. Time Machine
6. Cowboy Chords

If you pre-order Tape Deck Heart, you will get exclusive access to tickets of Turner’s UK tour, 48 hours before they go on general sale. Details about the ticket pre-sale will be sent with the album order confirmation email.

UK Tour Dates:
Wed 17 Apr – Manchester, Academy
Thu 18 Apr – Glasgow, O2 Academy
Fri 19 Apr – Leeds, Uni Refectory
Sun 21 Apr – Bristol, Academy
Wed 24 Apr – Birmingham, Academy
Thu 25 Apr – London, Forum



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