Frank Turner announces new compilation album and biggest headline show

Frank Turner has announced a special one-day festival-like headlining show for 13th April 2012. He will take to the stage with his backing band The Sleeping Souls as they headline the Wembley Arena in London which holds a capacity of 12,500 for “Frank Turner’s Friday The 13th.”

Frank has also announced that he will release his new single ‘Wessex Boy’ on 28th November from his current album ‘England Keep My Bones’. Next month, on the 21st November, will also see the release of a new compilation album titled ‘Second Three Years’ which will feature a collection of live tracks, sessions, covers, b-sides and lost songs from the past three years of his career. It features live recordings of the traditional folk song ‘Barbara Allen’ from Shepherd’s Bush and the show-stopping ‘Father’s Day’ from Union Chapel both in 2009; covers versions of Springsteen, Nirvana, NOFX and Flanders & Swann to name a few as well as session tracks from Radio 1 and the bonus tracks featured on the limited deluxe edition of ‘England Keep My Bones’.

Be sure to catch Frank and The Sleeping Souls on their upcoming UK headlining tour:

November
22 Bournemouth O2 Academy
23 Newport, Newport Centre
24 Birmingham O2 Academy SOLD OUT
25 Glasgow Barrowlands
26 Manchester O2 Apollo SOLD OUT
27 London HMV Hammersmith Apollo SOLD OUT

     

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