Frank Turner references his wild-child days of drink and drugs in his former band, Million Dead, on this uplifting rock song. It's easy to romanticize but it was not a happy period in my life," he admitted to The Evening Standard. Turner told Rolling Stone that the track is a poignant reflection on how quickly time slips away. 'Losing Days' is a song about getting older, about the way time used to creep by like a glacier but now it flows more like a river," he explained. It also mentions me getting my first tattoo when I was 16, very much underage
Frank Turner - Losing Days. El material está siendo procesado. Por favor, vuelve más tarde. Oh my broken battered body, In the days when I was younger, Used to fix itself quick sharp After every slip and stumble. But these days I'm collecting scars that don't seem to fade, Cuts and bruises that won't go away. And I used to think that I Would never live past twenty five, And when you think like that, each day Is a gift if you survive. But I've survived too long for my side of the deal, And as I reach that shore I'm not sure how to feel
First off, Frank Turner tells me, let me get it out there that I think pitting records against each other is deeply immoral and like choosing between your children and all that shit. The album, his sixth, feels more whole, more focused, more meticulously arranged, he says. Positive Songs, like the rest of Turner’s catalog, is distinctly autobiographical. Noisey: Starting from the bottom here. Frank Turner: This was a record I made in a hurry. The first two records came quick and easy and went well in an exponential way. So it was like, Cool, time to do another record, let’s get the fuck on with it, which is not a particularly artistic motivation for making an album. There’s also just the fact that the Sleeping Souls solidified their lineup.
3. The Way I Tend to Be Lyrics. Frank Turner seriously stepped up his production game for this 2013 release, hiring Muse producer Rich Costey, known for a sensibility for tiny details. Regarding the album’s title, Frank had this to say in an interview with Something Gold: A tape-deck heart is someone who has a love of music above anything else
Frank Turner - Losing Days -KEY- ~ ring out (pm) palm-mute -CHORDS- EADGBe A x02220 A7 x02020 Aadd9 x4x200 Bm x24432 C 332010 Cadd9 x32033 D xx0232 Dadd9 x04320 Dsus2 xx0230 Em7 022033 . Dsus2 Aadd9 Bm Dadd9 But these days I've gone and got me many more G Em7 G Sometimes I get more when I get bored. A7 D One for every year I've lost -. OUTRO-. A Cause I keep losing days. G That used to take a lifetime.
Not any more! Thank to this handy compilation album, you can now make your music library look nice and tidy. Plus, you get two previous unreleased songs; ‘Linoleum’ (a NOFX cover) and ‘The Slow Train’ (a Flanders And Swann cover). To anyone unsure about this album, I urge you to get it. If not for the sake of completion, then get it for owning a wonderful and varied collection of songs. It has everything; awesome covers, old English ditties and a good load of classic Frank Turner (with his band and without). This proves once and for all that Frank is just so talented. It seems that writing music just comes as natural to him as the breathing process. Overall, this is a wonderful album and, like I said before, it’s only just the b-sides.
Losing Days (Instrumental)
Performer:Frank Turner Genre: Rock Title: Losing Days Released: 2013 MP3 version ZIP size: 1578 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1835 mb Rating: 4.2 Votes: 688 Other Formats: VOX MMF AUD VQF MOD AU AC3