Frank Turner

Frank Turner

seen live, folk, singer-songwriter, acoustic, british

Frank Turner (born 28 December 1981) is an English folk/punk singer-songwriter from Meonstoke, Hampshire. Initially the vocalist of post-hardcore band Million Dead, Turner embarked upon a primarily acoustic-based solo career following the band's split in 2005. To date, Turner has released five solo albums, two rarities compilation albums, one split album and five EPs. Turner's fifth studio album, Tape Deck Heart was released on 22 April 2013. Frank Turner started solo acoustic shows prior to Million Dead's break up.

Sleep Is for the Week [2007]
  • 1. The Real Damage (3:35)
  • 2. Vital Signs (3:38)
  • 3. Romantic Fatigue (3:02)
  • 4. A Decent Cup of Tea (3:16)
  • 5. Father's Day (4:50)
  • 6. Worse Things Happen at Sea (4:00)
  • 7. My Kingdom for a Horse (4:52)
  • 8. Back in the Day (2:05)
  • 9. Once We Were Anarchists (3:51)
  • 10. Wisdom Teeth (4:17)
  • 11. The Ladies of London Town (4:06)
  • 12. Must Try Harder (3:35)
  • 13. The Ballad of Me and My Friends (2:42)

Sleep Is for the Week is the debut album by UK based songwriter Frank Turner, released on January 15th 2007 via Xtra Mile Recordings. The general reception by the music press was largely positive. The artwork for the album sleeve was drawn by Chris Pell. Read more on Last.fm.