Frank Turner streams new album ‘England Keep My Bones’ on NME.COM – audio

Listen to the album in full ahead of its official release

Frank Turner is streaming his fourth studio album exclusively on NME.COM ahead of its official release.

The album isn’t out until next Monday (June 6), but you can hear it in full now by scrolling down and clicking below.

‘England Keep My Bones’, which is the follow-up to the former Million Dead frontman’s 2009 effort ‘Poetry Of The Deed’, was recorded in London with The Holloways/Kid Harpoon producer Tristan Ivemy. It includes the single ‘Peggy Sang The Blues’ and ‘I Still Believe’, both of which Turner previewed live on his December UK tour.


Turner said of the new album: “At last, the wait is over and it feels great to know I can finally get the album out to people for them to enjoy. It also makes me feel very cool to be doing this through the auspices of NME, which is an unusual feeling! Hope you like it!”

The singer is currently in the middle of an extensive UK and European gig run and plays a hometown headline show tonight (May 30) at Winchester‘s Railway Inn. He is also scheduled to play a number of UK festivals later this summer, including Kendal Calling and Reading And Leeds Festivals.



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