Show 2,307 brought Turner to Bournemouth, a short drive down the coast from his hometown of Winchester, to play the largest headline show he has ever played in the seaside town, on a frightfully cold evening dominated by cold winds and icy roads that had threatened to prevent many of the 4,000 strong crowd from attending.
There are always smiles and laughter when Beans On Toast is performing – for however long he is on stage you are able to escape from the harsh reality of today’s hate-filled world and instead rebel against all that modern government, media and right-wing societies try to promote.
“I think at some point a day will come along when it feels like “OK, it’s time to write everything down” but that day just hasn’t happened yet. Maybe it’ll be tomorrow?” – Will Valley
Perhaps unsurprisingly, the three-piece appeared a tad weary following their travels, but rather than allowing this to affect their performance, it actually went some way to creating a transcendently relaxed atmosphere which was enjoyed by all those in attendance.
Frontier Ruckus, an indie-folk trio from Michigan comprised of acclaimed lyricist Matthew Milia, fellow founding member David Jones, and Zachary Nichols, will be heading to Winchester on the final date of their European tour on 16th September.