Primordial Radio member ROB PARRY recently spoke to Moose & Dews about how he created the artwork for Frank Turner’s new album FTHC!
Frank Turner’s new album ‘FTHC’ is out now via Xtra Mile Recordings / Polydor. Throughout ‘FTHC’, Frank moves through a barrage of sensitive subjects across fourteen uncompromising tracks, explored in the only way he knows how – unflinching honesty.
The artwork for the album was created by Primordial Radio member Rob Parry, Rob was recently a guest on the Primordial Radio Podcast talking all about how the artwork came together for the album.
FTHC is within touching distance of becoming a No.1 Album in the Official UK Album Charts, to help Frank Turner get over the line, you can purchase the album here.
FRANK TURNER also spoke to Pete Bailey shortly before Download Festival Pilot in 2021 about getting back out on the road, supporting grassroots venues and his stand out memories of playing Download Festival over the years. Listen to the interview above.
Last summer, Turner played a run of ‘The Gathering’ shows as well as storming festival sets at Download Pilot, Slam Dunk, Victorious, Beautiful Days and Moseley Folk and the long-awaited return of Turner’s fourth sold-out Lost Evenings Festival for a four-night stand at London’s historic Roundhouse in Sept.
Frank Turner’s extensive support of the live music scene during the pandemic saw him play countless Livestream benefit shows to raise money and awareness of the importance of small venues all across the country. After raising nearly £300,000, he was awarded the Music Venue Trust’s award for Outstanding Achievement for Grassroots Music Venues. Sadly, Frank’s massive UK tour, ‘The Never-Ending Tour of Everywhere’, previously announced for Jan / Feb 2022 was cancelled over the Xmas break due to the ongoing pandemic.
These shows will be rescheduled ASAP with more info to follow.
In the meantime, Frank has announced a run of intimate album launch shows supporting independent record stores for March/April.
16th – Southampton, The Brook with Vinilo Records
18th – Bournemouth, Old Fire Station with Vinilo Records
19th – London / Kingston, Pryzm with Banquet Records
21st – Nottingham, Metronome with Rough Trade
8th – Belfast, Limelight (full band show)
12th – Leeds, The Wardrobe with Crash Records
13th – Liverpool Arts Club with Jacranda Records
14th – Sheffield, Foundry with Bear Tree Records
16th – Bristol, Fleece with Rough Trade
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