Frank Turner Rejects Working With ‘Rubbish’ Taylor Swift On New Album | Music News
Frank Turner has revealed that his label (Polydor) were keen to bring Taylor Swift in to guest on one of the tracks from his forthcoming album. His sixth full length LP is called Positive Songs for Negative People and the track in question is “Silent Key”. Turner branded the idea “rubbish”, and instead went with singer-songwriter Esmé Patterson. The “To Take You Home” singer talked about the album as “a record about standing up again once you’ve fallen down, coming out of the tornado shelter once the town has been destroyed and starting to rebuild”. The lead single from the forthcoming album is available to listen here, and you can pre-order the album here.
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