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Special Feature

We think Frank Turner is great, and suggest you check him out if you aren't familier with this future legend.

Having seen Frank Turner play to 350 people in a 200 capacity venue, stood atop a pool table, screaming his battered and bruised ditties to the heavens, it's difficult to imagine him being able to rekindle the same flames to thousands on the much-maligned Other Stage in the afternoon. Turner managed, through his songs, to cultivate the same intimacy.

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