Ahead of his sold out run of UK headline shows in July, Frank Turner presents new single ‘Somewhere Inbetween’.

The track features on Frank Turner’s tenth album ‘Undefeated’ which was released on May 3rd via Xtra Mile Recordings and became Frank’s first No.1 Independent album & 6th consecutive Official Chart Top 3 Album.

Frank says about the song:
“Somewhere Inbetween” was one of the toughest songs to write on the new record. It’s about insecurity and imposter syndrome, and these are heavy things to talk about out loud, but it felt important to get it right, and I like to think it came good. This song is very important to me.”

Frank sold out his 3000th show within 24 hours of general onsale, which is scheduled for London’s iconic Alexandra Palace on 22 February, 2025. In the run-up to his landmark 3000th show party, Frank’s schedule remains packed, having just played a run of European dates in May, including shows as special guests on NOFX’s final tour, Frank headed across North America in late May and throughout June. He will play a series of UK headline shows (also sold-out) and festivals this summer (Glastonbury, Docksfest, 2000trees, Latitude and Y NOT?) before taking the seventh instalment of his Lost Evenings extravaganza to Toronto, Canada for the first time in September.

For the full list visit: https://frank-turner.com/live-gigs/


28th June – Glastonbury (Avalon Stage)
6th July – Docksfest
13th July – 2000 Trees Festival
14th July – Manchester – Academy 2
15th July – Leeds – Brudenell
16th July – Glasgow – Garage
18th July – Southampton, 1865
19th July – Birmingham – Academy 2
20th July – Nottingham – Rescue Rooms
22nd July – Cardiff – Tramshed
23rd July – Oxford, 02 Academy 2
24th July – Norwich, Epic Studios
26th July – Latitude Festival
3rd August – Y Not Festival

During album release week, Frank embarked on a groundbreaking venture: the first ever Music Venue Trust world record attempt to play the most gigs in different cities in 24 hours. He succeeded in this by playing fifteen shows across 500 miles around England. The previous (official) record was held by Hunter Hayes with ten shows and before that it was the Flaming Lips with eight. But there’s a serious point too. The challenge supported grassroots venues and independent record stores across the country.

Thematically, Undefeated finds the sweet spot between youthful outspokenness and surviving midlife’s challenges, it’s a record that explores both emotionally compelling topics and lighter reflections on those troubles that eventually come to us all. Sonically it’s full of echoes to influences that Frank has touched upon at various moments in his kaleidoscopic career, from Black Flag to Counting Crows, from Descendents to The Pogues, via Elvis Costello and Billy Bragg.

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