Rock & Roll

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  • Summary: The third EP for the folk-rock singer includes a song that will appear on England Keep My Bones, his next full-length album set to be released in June 2011.
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  1. Frank Turner definitely does whatever he wants, and he's a lot better at it than I am at pretty much everything.
  2. 80
    A varied set of songs that's imbued with the mysticism of folklore and the romanticism of rock 'n' roll, this EP is a chance to take stock of the long journey that Frank Turner has taken so far, before he sets off once more into the future unknown.
  3. May 6, 2011
    Far from being an inter-album stop-gap, this EP represents nothing less than the fruits of a musical brain that simply doesn't know how to stop creating goodness.
  4. May 6, 2011
    It's not often that a songwriter comes along that not only gives his listeners a chance to view the inner workings of his soul, but is also able to express his own situation so clearly and in a way that resounds so personally to everyone in earshot.
  5. May 6, 2011
    If you care passionately about music, you need to hear these songs. Meanwhile, the back half of the album doesn't quite scale the heights of the first two tracks.