Frank Turner gives away 'Good & Gone' as a free download

The track comes from his forthcoming album 'Tape Deck Heart'

Frank Turner gives away 'Good & Gone' as a free download

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Frank Turner is offering up the song 'Good & Gone' as a free download.

Taken from his forthcoming new album 'Tape Deck Heart', fans can download the song for a limited time from Amazon.

Frank Turner will release his fifth studio effort as a solo artist on April 22. The album was produced by Rich Costey (Muse, Weezer, Rage Against The Machine). Speaking to NME about his choice of producer, Turner said, "I'm an enormous Weezer fan. There's a fair amount of Weezer influence on this record."

Turner also tells NME the album is "a break-up record". He says:

It's a record about what you do when something that was supposed to be perfect comes to its natural end. But it's not all heartache.


The album is the follow up to 2011's 'England Keep My Bones'. You can check out the sleeve by scrolling down. Turner will tour the UK in April to promote the release.

The tracklisting for 'Tape Deck Heart' is:

Standard edition:
'Recovery'
'Losing Days'
'The Way I Tend To Be'
'Plain Sailing Weather'
'Good & Gone'
'Tell Tale Signs'
'Four Simple Words'
'Polaroid Picture
'The Fisher King Blues'
'Anymore'
'Oh Brother'
'Broken Piano'


Deluxe edition
'We Shall Not Overcome'
'Wherefore Art Thou Gene Simmons'
'Tattoos'
'Undeveloped Film'
'Time Machine'
'Cowboy Chords'


Frank Turner and The Sleeping Souls play:

Manchester Academy (April 17)
Glasgow O2 Academy (18)
Leeds Uni Refectory (19)
Bristol Academy (21)
Birmingham Academy (24)
London Forum (25)


To check the availability of Frank Turner tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.


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