English alt folk troubadour Frank Turner has confirmed the kickoff for his next studio album, his 5th and the follow-up to 2011′s “England Keep My Bones.” His update reads:
“I write this blog from Burbank, California, the same place we were before the start of the tour, when we were working on pre-production for the new album. We’re now back here for the whole of this month to make the record. We are working with the amazing Rich Costey (that’s the reason we aren’t recording in England, incidentally; I’ve wanted to work with Rich for a long time). It’s exciting and daunting in equal measure. I’m pretty confident in the songs I have this time around, and I really feel like this is an opportunity to work on being a recording artist, using the studio as a proper tool. Or something like that. Time will, of course, tell, but I’m putting my bets down now on this being a good one.
So! To the studio. I’ll try and post some photos and videos of the working process as we go along. Wish us luck!”
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