Frank Turner releases the uncompromising ”Non Serviam,” a two-minute blast of punk and the latest track to be lifted from his forthcoming studio album, FTHC. “Non Serviam” follows the release of “The Gathering,” FTHC’s first single featuring Jason Isbell and Dom Howard of Muse and “Haven’t Been Doing So Well," a song which captures the emotions that so many of us have been through in the past year-and-a-half. Speaking about “Non Serviam,” Frank explains: “My new record is a punk rock record, and when I say that I'm not kidding. This is the first song from the album, a song about staying true to your artistic ideals, standing firm for the things you believe in.”
Frank Turner is set to release his brand new studio album, FTHC, on Friday, February 11, 2022 via Xtra Mile Recordings / Polydor. His first since 2019’s No Man’s Land with accompanying Podcast, FTHC marks a new chapter in a career that has already spawned four Top 5 albums; nearing an impressive 3000 shows to over two million people worldwide and stretching from grassroots venues to Wembley Arena and the O2.