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England Keep My Bones

Frank Turner

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Formerly with British hardcore outfit Million Dead, Frank Turner has taken a turn into singer-songwriter territory, putting his considerable skills to good use. Turner manages to sound commercial but not bland, tapping into the folk sounds of both England and America, while retaining the bite of punk rock. After several releases, Turner ended up on U.S. punk stalwart label Epitaph, which should keep fans from his Million Dead days tuned in. Hints of Billy Bragg flavor the cheeky “Eulogy,” the atheist flag-waving “Glory Hallelujah,” and the holler-along, fist-pumper “If Ever I Stray.” A more traditional British folk feel underlies “Rivers” and “Nights Become Days,” with their gentle, fingerpicked guitars and Turner’s voice as inviting as a shady tree in August. Turner possesses real songwriting acuity, and whether going for commercial, radio-friendly fare (the mid-tempo, piano-wreathed “Peggy Sang the Blues” and “Redemption” would fit neatly next to Coldplay), or turning up the punk with tunes like the pugnacious “One Foot Before the Other,” it’s the integrity of the songs’ structures giving them real staying power.


Né(e) : 1981 à Bahrain

Genre : Auteur-interprète

Années d’activité : '00s, '10s

A former member of punk rock band Million Dead, Frank Turner turned his attention to folkier, acoustic "musics" after the demise of the aforementioned hardcore outfit. Born in Bahrain in 1981, Turner was educated at Eton College in England. His first foray into the world of punk and rock, with the band Kneejerk, came to an end in 2000, and he soon found himself joining up with Million Dead. Over the course of that band's four-year lifespan, Million Dead released two critically lauded albums, but...
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