Punk folk singer/songwriter Frank Turner has just shared ‘Jinny Bingham’s Ghost’, the latest song to be cut and lifted from his forthcoming full-length record, ‘No Man’s Land’.
The track centres around Jinny Bingham, a Camden coachhouse owner from the 17th century who was accused by locals of being a witch. A plaque to her memory resides outside Camden’s World’s End pub, which stands on the site of her former coachhouse, where her ghost is reported to still haunt.
You can stream and listen to ‘Jinny Bingham’s Ghost’ below.
His eighth album, ‘No Man’s Land’, is set to be released on August 16th 2019 on Xtra Mile Recordings/Polydor Records.