NEWS: Frank Turner details retrospective compilation, ‘Songbook’!

Having built himself up to be one of the shining prospects within Britain’s singer/songwriter talent today following the demise of his band, Million Dead, Hampshire’s Frank Turner will be retrospectively celebrating the success of his solo career with a new compilation record.

The album, titled ‘Songbook’, will bring together highlights from across Turner‘s six studio full-lengths alongside ten brand new versions of some of his most well-loved tracks; some re-recorded in full, and some stripped-down to an acoustic setting.

‘Songbook’ is set for release on November 24th 2017 digitally and on CD, with a vinyl and deluxe boxset edition dropping on December 15th 2017.

You can take a look at the artwork, full track listing, and pre-order options below.

01.) Four Simple Words
02.) I Still Believe
03.) The Next Storm
04.) Recovery
05.) The Road
06.) Long Live The Queen
07.) Glorious You
08.) Plain Sailing Weather
09.) I Knew Prufrock Before He Got Famous
10.) Wessex Boy
11.) The Opening Act Of Spring
12.) Polaroid Picture
13.) Mittens
14.) If Ever I Stray
15.) The Way I Tend To Be
16.) The Ballad Of Me And My Friends
17.) Photosynthesis
18.) Get Better
19.) There She Is

01.) Polaroid Picture (Songbook version) *
02.) The Ballad Of Me And My Friends (Songbook version) ^
03.) Broken Piano (Songbook version) ^
04.) Josephine (Songbook version) ^
05.) Love 40 Down (Songbook version) ^
06.) The Way I Tend To Be (Songbook version) ^
07.) Glorious You (Songbook version) *
08.) I Am Disappeared (Songbook version) *
09.) Long Live The Queen (Songbook version) *
10.) Photosynthesis (Songbook version) *

* = Re-recorded version
^ = Acoustic version

Along with the album detailed above, the deluxe boxset will also include a DVD of the ‘Get Better’ film – a previously-unseen concert film from Turner‘s 2000th gig and at Nottingham’s Rock City in December 2016, and an exclusive photo book of pictures taken throughout his career.

You can pre-order the album online now via Frank Turner‘s official website (here), iTunes (here), Amazon (here), and Google Play (here).