Crash Records presents...

Frank Turner

Album Release Party

Album and ticket Bundles are limited to 4 per person, Ticket only is limited to 1 per person

Release Date Friday 16th August (Album launch gig Saturday 24th August)

Frank Turner – No Man’s Land
Album + Brudenell Social Club Ticket Bundle
CD Album + 1 Ticket Bundle – £14.99
Cassette Tape + 1 Ticket Bundle – £14.99
Vinyl LP + 1 Ticket Bundle – £23.99
Indies Only White Vinyl LP + 1 Ticket Bundle – £23.99

To celebrate the release of his 8th album ‘No Man’s Land’, Frank Turner will play a special intimate album launch gig at Brudenell Social Club in Leeds on Saturday 24th August  ( Doors 8pm and Frank on shortly after).

We have set up special bundles (in the drop down box above) for this release where Frank Turner fans can purchase a copy of the album on any of the formats available and get a ticket for this exclusive launch gig at the Brudenell Socail Club. There is a very limited capacity for this event so we would expect all the album and ticket bundles to sell out very quickly. 

This is an ALL AGES SHOW – under 14s must be accompanied by an adult 

One copy of an album/bundle on any format gets one ticket for the gig. Two bundle purchases gets two tickets.

Album and ticket bundles start from just £14.99 and can be viewed in the drop down menu above, we urge you to purchase a copy of the album with your bundle not only does it represent great value for money but it also helps Frank in the first week of release and it means we can put on more of these album launch release shows in the future.

Album is also available on all formats without a ticket here


Tickets will be issued 1 of 2 ways depending on what you select at checkout:

Collect at Crash – is FREE but both album and ticket must be collected from the shop between Friday 16th August and Thursday 22nd August (a couple of days before the event)

Postage Option –  Tickets and albums will be shipped out on or just before the release date (16 August).

Please note, there is NO collect at venue option.

Frank Turner
No Man’s Land
(Polydor Records)

CD Album + 1 Ticket Bundle – £14.99
Cassette Tape + 1 Ticket Bundle – £14.99
Vinyl LP + 1 Ticket Bundle – £23.99
Indies Only White Vinyl LP + 1 Ticket Bundle – £23.99 

The woman who invented rock’n’roll. A serial killer from the Deep South who plucked her victims from lonely hearts pages. The jazz-obsessed heiress who fought for the Free French. A rowdy coach house landlady from 17th century Camden Town accused of witchcraft. The Wild West vaudeville star shot by a small town outlaw. These are just a few of the fascinating characters to feature on No Man’s Land, Frank Turner’s most original project to date.

“It’s bringing together my two main interests in life, which have always been separate from each other; history and songwriting,” explains Turner, who can be found seeking out long- forgotten historical sites on self-guided psychogeographical strolls when he’s not packing out arenas or headlining festivals.

With 2018 Producer of the Year Catherine Marks at the helm, No Man’s Land is dedicated to the women whose incredible lives have all too often been overlooked by dint of their gender. “These stories should have been told already,” says Turner of the album and its accompanying podcast series. “And I suspect if they were men they would be better known.”
Certainly there are a couple of names here that will already be familiar, such as the unparalleled Sister Rosetta Tharpe (Sister Rosetta) and the mysterious Mati Hari (Eye of the Day), but by and large the women who feature have long been ignored by the mainstream.
Less a concept album and more in the same thematic vein as Nick Cave’s Murder Ballads – especially on the creepy tale of murderer Nannie Doss (The Perfect Wife) – Turner started work on No Man’s Land upon learning about the formidable Jinny Bingham (The Ghost of Jinny Bingham) on a sign outside The World’s End pub, then Dodge City singing sensation Dora Hand (The Death of Dora Hand) and bebop patron Nica Rothschild (Nica).

Crowdsourcing suggestions for more names to pay tribute to, he was quickly inundated. “I know a lot of very smart people who sent me these huge lists of historically interesting women,” he says of the hundreds he ended up researching, seriously expanding the size of his home library in the process. Experimenting with a different way of writing, the overflowing tap that was Turner’s unfiltered id was switched off and instead he took on the role of student. “It felt a bit like going back to school – but it was so much fun.”


1. Jinny Bingham’s Ghost
2. Sister Rosetta
3. I Believed You, William Blake
4. Nica
5. A Perfect Wife
6. Silent Key
7. Eye of the Day
8. The Death of Dora Hand
9. The Graveyard of the Outcast Dead
10. The Lioness
11. The Hymn of Kassiani
12. Rescue Annie
13. Rosemary Jane

Saturday 24th August 2019

Price: £14 Ticket Bundle

Doors 19:30

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