July 14, 2014 10:42
Frank Turner announces UK tour for September
The singer-songwriter will play 15 shows across the country this autumn
The singer-songwriter will kick off the run of 15 shows at Norwich UEA on September 11, before gigs aross the country, including Cambridge, Bath, Hartlepool, Warrington and Hull, finishing up at Oxford Town Hall on September 30. Tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday July 18.
Tweeting about the shows, Turner promised to perform new material, as well as his greatest hits, ahead of making a new album later in the year.
One more thing about the Sept tour - we'll be road testing a whole bunch of new songs, before recording in October.— Frank Turner (@frankturner) July 14, 2014
Frank Turner will play:
Norwich UEA (September 11)
Leicester De Montfort Hall (12)
Salisbury City Hall (13)
St Albans Arena (15)
Cambridge Corn Exchange (16)
Northampton Roadmender (18)
Bath Pavilion (19)
Yeovil Westlands (20)
Exeter Lemon Grove (22)
Hartlepool Borough Hall (24)
Dunfermline Alhambra (25)
Warrington Parr Hall (26)
Hull City Hall (27)
Wakefield Unity Works (28)
Oxford Town Hall (30)
To check the availability of Frank Turner tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0844 858 6765
Frank Turner recently revealed that he will publish a book of tour diaries next year, having signed a deal with Headline Publishing.
Turner recently said that he hopes to release a new solo album in February 2015. He revealed his plans for the follow-up to 2013's 'Tape Deck Heart', saying it won't be as dark as its predecessor. "I'm writing quite upbeat songs at the moment, by my standards anyway – they're still about the long dark night of the soul," he told Gigwise. Speaking about the release date for what will be his sixth solo album, he commented: "February, I'll put money on it. There'll be an 18-month world tour starting in January. We're going to destroy the world in bitesize chunks."
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