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Selected items are only available for delivery via the Royal Mail 48® service and other items are available for delivery using this service for a charge. ENGLAND KEEP MY BONES FRANK TURNER". Epitaph. Archived from the original on 25 October 2020 . Retrieved 25 February 2021. Tedder, Michael (6 June 2011). "Paste Magazine Review". Paste. Archived from the original on 3 July 2021 . Retrieved 3 July 2021. vinyl reissue of Frank Turner's most excellent fourth album and features guest appearances from Chris TT, Franz Nicolay and Emily Barker. Continuing to resonate with the audience that grows with Frank to this day, ‘England Keep My Bones’ has since been certified Gold by the BPI for sales of over 100K in the UK and remains a resolute favourite in his prolific repertoire.

Murray, Kelly (1 June 2011). "Album Review: Frank Turner - 'England Keep My Bones' ". London: NME. Archived from the original on 4 March 2016 . Retrieved 2 June 2011. Recorded within the stunning confines of Church Studios at Crouch End, Frank, along with his band and producer Tristan Ivemy, has created an album steeped in the heart and soul of England. The record has a touching undercurrent of yearning, playing like a heartfelt homage to Turner's homeland, friends and family which he so often has to leave as he travels the world with his guitar. Winwood, Ian. "Frank Turner England Keep My Bones". BBC. Archived from the original on 16 March 2021 . Retrieved 3 July 2021. Frank Turner’s fourth album ‘England Keep My Bones’, is the record that saw Frank step-up from cult status to mainstream success. Produced by Tristan Ivemy and recorded at The Church Studios in 2011, the album found Frank dwelling on themes of mortality and Englishness; and formulating some of his most profound and accomplished material in the process. a b "England Keep My Bones by Frank Turner". Metacritic. Archived from the original on 23 July 2020 . Retrieved 3 July 2021.Renshaw, David (8 June 2011). "Clash Magazine Review". Clash. Archived from the original on 14 January 2012 . Retrieved 3 July 2021. The album that transformed him from festival favourite to folk/punk superstar, Xtra Mile Recordings will be re-issuing the record as an expanded deluxe version on 4 June 2021.

British album certifications – Frank Turner – England Keep My Bones". British Phonographic Industry . Retrieved 3 July 2021. Nassiff, Thomas (23 May 2011). "Frank Turner - England Keep My Bones". AbsolutePunk. Archived from the original on 14 January 2021 . Retrieved 3 July 2021. Prior to the album's release, Turner noted that his growing commercial success had influenced his lyrical content, stating, "I could still write songs pretending to be the underdog kid, but it's just not really true anymore." [16] Turner also noted that one of the major themes of the album is that of "English national identity," [16] stating, "it's something that I want to write songs about. I, quite self-consciously, want to make music that sounds English." [16]Turner is a nice boy with an unlikely story. Armed with an acoustic guitar he has toured the world and built up a fanbase that is the envy of many a louder band. Last year he supported Green Day at Wembley Stadium and headlined his own sold-out show at the 4,900-capacity Brixton Academy. He has a fine ear for a chewable tune and is possessed of enough verbal articulacy to comfortably wrestle with such notions as what it is to be English – English, mind, not British – without being caught on the defensive. All of this comes with a flash of egalitarian flair that serves to distil the distance between artist and audience down to nothing.



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