Million In Harmony!

On May 16th 2005 Million Dead release their eagerly awaited second album Harmony No Harmony; the follow-up to their critically acclaimed 5K rated debut, A Song To Ruin , through Xtra Mile Recordings.

Written and recorded in a little over two months with new guitarist Tom Fowler, Harmony No Harmony (produced by Mark Williams – yourcodenameis:milo, Oceansize) sees the band make a bold move forward, away from their post-hardcore roots, into larger than life rock, fusing elements of Soundgarden, Sonic Youth and the angular hardcore of Black Flag to create, once again, a sound all of their own.

Tracks such as Engine Driver and Margot Kidder see the band explore their more melodic side, whilst a choir, consisting of friends, fans, and Frank Turner's mum on the songs To Whom It May Concern and Father My Father show the band' s desire to experiment with new directions and influences.

Harmony No Harmony includes the current single Living The Dream and the forthcoming single After The Rush Hour out on May 9th 2005.

To help promote the album Million Dead are heading out on tour, dates below, but before they do Frank will be playing acoustically at the Xtra Mile Recordings 1st Birthday Party on April 7th at Kilburn's Luminaire venue.


7 London, Luminaire (Frank acoustic)
23 Nottingham Rock City

24 Leicester Charlotte
25 Birmingham Bar Academy
26 Leeds Cockpit
27 Manchester Jillys

29 Glasgow Cathouse
30 Dundee Reading Rooms


1 Newcastle The Cluny
2 Liverpool Academy
3 York Fibbers
7 Oxford Zodiac
8 Plymouth Warehouse
9 Cardiff Barfly
10 Cambridge Junction
11 London Garage
12 Bournemouth Old Fire Station
14 Gloucester Guildhall
15 Swansea Escape
16 Porth Pop Factory
17 Brighton Pressure Point
18 Bridgewater Arts Centre
19 Grays Fat Surfer
20 Tunbridge Wells Forum
21 Bedford Esquires
22 Colchester University Of Essex

Share this!