England Keep My Bones
England Keep My Bones is the fourth studio album by Frank Turner. It was published to CD on 2011-06-06 and features a collection of folk songs, some traditional, others more rock or punk. The songs deal with topics like rebellion, atheism, and nostalgia and love of England. Those who pre-ordered the album online had access to the England Keep My Bones EP which included the album version and demo version of Peggy Sang the Blues, I Still Believe, and I Am Disappeared.
I learned about Frank Turner while searching for anti-religious songs for a lecture I was giving on secular music. I came across a live video of the song Glory Hallelujah and liked enough to seek out more from the artist. This was the most recently released album, so I downloaded it, enjoyed it, and finally bought it.
I own this album on CD.
All songs sung by Frank Turner.
This is the order in which I enjoy the songs from this album, and their individual song ratings. I still need to re-listen to some of the tracks to better rank them.
|2||One Foot Before the Other||8|
|5||If Ever I Stray||7|
|8||Peggy Sang the Blues||0|
|9||I Still Believe||0|
|10||I Am Disappeared||0|
|11||Nights Become Days||0|
The album's total score is 609.