you gotta remove the https:// Song comes off as trying to be catchy, but does not succeed at doing so.
1. Thanks for the advice. Duly Noted.
2. I noticed that. He's trying to appeal to radio. Though i can't say he's going to succeed at that, the man is trying. Too hard perhaps?
First read it as Frank Ocean.
My excitement levels remain
Remain low or high?
I really REALLY FUCKING LOVED IT
Ok, there's one response....
What did you think of it?
catchy tune. pretty standard Frank Turner fare.
decent song. video was kinda cool too
just like every song he makes.
Good, not great
Wasn't this posted like a week ago?
That was awesome. Loved it.
his shtick is getting old
yeah he was really cool when love ire & song came out but its just starting to get really really old
damn kris stop being a downer
Typical Sputnik...would you all prefer it if he made a Jazz album? :P
I love this song idk
cool. frank turner is a lot better than he's made out to be around here.
Digging: Direct Hit! - Wasted Mind
Average album rating: 3.8
Yep, sounds like he is really unappreciated around here.
the rating hardly matters. most people talk shit about him on this site but he's a pretty good singer/songwriter. not the best obviously but love, ire & song was great.
I feel like Pit reads through several threads until he sees someone who says something questionable and hops on the chance to rip them.
" I feel like Pit reads through several threads until he sees someone who says something questionable and hops on the chance to rip them"
That's so not true. It just seems that way because of you.
can't get into this dude other than love ire n song
I like it, but i'd rather hear some new möngöl hörde songs
Digging: Doomsday Student - A Walk Through Hysteria Park
Ehh, I'm a pretty big turner fan but that was kinda boring
That shit just made me so happy fuck all of you the song was great
it was pretty good. Nothing fantastic, typical Frank Turner, but I still enjoyed it.
It's probably just cause I'm a sucker for Turner's music, but I really liked this.
Digging: Thrice - To Be Everywhere Is to Be Nowhere