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Since the release of his first studio album ‘Sleep is For the Week’ in 2007, 31-year-old Folk/Punk singer songwriter Frank Turner has expanded his fan base by touring and performing as much as possible. Keygen Autocad Civil 3D 2014 64 Bits. Once the frontman and vocalist of Post-Hardcore Million Dead, Turner’s non-stop schedule has really paid off commercially given the success of his last album ‘England Keep My Bones’ (2011), which peaked at number 12 in the UK, along with the stacks of award nominations, including 4 NME awards in 2011 and 2012. It’s safe to say his politically-driven, classically liberal tracks have clearly hit a spot with many UK fans.
Turner announced his fifth studio album on Twitter, ‘Tape Deck Heart’ following the end of a long-term relationship. The album was recorded in California and gets its title is intended to reflect anyone who has an innate love of music. It’s clear from right from the start that ‘Tape Deck Heart’ illustrates all the best attributes of Frank Turner’s flair.
His notable lyrics and gritty vocals form the huge, warm sound of ‘Recovery’, which premiered on BBC Radio 1 on 4 th March 2013 and was released on iTunes the next day. The hasty, seemingly effortless charm of this classic ‘I’m so over you (but actually feeling hopeless)’ track shoots a sense of optimism straight through you from start to end, despite its negative subject matter, “Somebody I don’t really know just gave me something to help settle me down and to stop me from always thinking about you.” His lyrics are wordy, intensely descriptive and honest as ever and blended with the blast of a full band and perky piano, ‘Recovery’ is seamless in both content and production. The songsman makes use of bold and bright tones in ‘Losing Days’, which shares some similarities with The Cure’s ‘Friday I’m in Love’ along with the physical and emotional hardships of heartbreak.
It also demonstrates the record’s underlying theme of tattoos thanks to tattoo artist Heather Ann Law’s striking artwork along with physical scars and internal heartache or regret we all carry around with us. ‘Tape Deck Heart’ has the potential to strike a chord with just about anyone with its reoccurring references to those cuts and bruises, whether physical or not, that just won’t fade. Lyrically, Frank Turner does what all songwriters aim for- he tells a story, “I used to think that I would never live past twenty-five, and when you think like that each day is a gift if you survive.” This track is both versatile and commercial and refreshingly makes use of the mandolin, which hasn’t been done so beautifully since Rod Stewart’s ‘Maggie May’.