Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls Bring High Energy To Sea.Hear.Now Frank Turner's Return To Asbury Park Was Intoxicating
ASBURY PARK, NJ-
“…It’s been a few years since Frank and the Souls have graced Asbury Park, last playing the Pony a few summers ago, and the reunification was wondrous. Turner rushing to the microphone shouting, “Asbury Park are you ready to do this,” as the Sleeping Souls began the intro to “1933”, a politically charged song off their latest album Be More Kind. Turner’s music, a combination of folk-punk / punk is just intoxicating, with lyrics that hit somewhere deep and personal, Frank and the Souls have developed a clear musical bond with their fans.
Frank’s band, The Sleeping Souls, provided the musical backdrop for his purposeful lyrics and are, Ben Lloyd on guitar and vocals, Matt Nasir on keys, mandolin and vocals, Nigel Powell on drums and Tarrant Anderson on bass.
Frank & the Souls, who have a reputation for high energy shows lived up to their reputation, played a mixture of standout tunes from several albums including “Recovery,” The Way I Tend to Be,” I Still Believe” and the politically charged “Make America Great Again”. They played a total of thirteen songs for their dedicated fans and was clearly one of the stand out performances of the day …”