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The singer-songwriter plays an acoustic version of the 2002 hit for BBC Radio 1

Frank Turner has covered Foo Fighters‘ 2002 track ‘All My Life’.

Click above to watch Turner’s acoustic performance of the song, which was recorded for DJ Sara Cox in BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge earlier today (June 13). ‘All My Life’ originally featured on the Foo Fighters album ‘One By One’.

Turner is currently on tour and also played a special live set for Zane Lowe’s Radio 1 show earlier this evening, with support from Los Angeles punk band, Fidlar. Frank Turner plays Bonnaroo Festival in Tennessee this weekend. His next UK shows are at the Two Thousand Trees festival in Gloucestershire on July 11 and 12 and he then appears at T In The Park later that month and Reading and Leeds Festivals in August.

Frank Turner recently auctioned a flag that fans had transported across the country during his last tour of the UK. The flag, which featured the artwork from his fifth studio album ‘Tape Deck Heart’, sold for £3,125. All proceeds are going to housing and homelessness charity Shelter.

The singer-songwriter asked fans to bring the flag to each show of his tour without any of his help, and the flag was bought onstage at The Forum in London on April 25, for the last night of the run of dates. “People carried the flag with them and it enjoyed the sights of York Castle, Winchester Cathedral, the village where I was raised and many more,” wrote Frank Turner on the item’s listing on eBay. “Thank you to everyone who made pass the flag a successful venture, and thank you to all who are bidding on it now,” he added.