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'F*cking hell, Tasmania': To celebrate Frank Turner's upcoming tour, The Music caught up with the UK punk troubadour for some brilliant stories about his experiences in Australia.
Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls mark the tour by making it their most extensive in Australia.
Catch him in April!
"Another new thing for this album was the happy love song. I’ve written loads of love songs in my time and pretty much all of them are sad." - Frank Turner.
"It's important to recognise that part of it was me being an idiot, badly phrasing what I had to say in the public forum."
"A beautiful, thought-provoking album that's fuelled by contemporary issues and heart-warming desire."
Frank Carter recently took some time to chat with killyourstereo.com about both releases, random acts of kindness, and Taylor Swift, of all things.
Turner again wears his heart on not just his sleeve, but over his whole goddamn body.
"The standard of debate is way too fucking low for me to be bothered to be interested in it."
"The words still pour out with punkish urgency."