The inspiration behind new Frank and Walters Album “Greenwich Mean Time”

With only 3 days to go before the release of the new Frank and Walters album songwriter Paul Linehane tell’s us what his inspiration was behind the new songs.

“Grenwich Mean Time is essentially an album about time. Over the past few years I’ve become obsessed with time and trying to understand it. I don’t like the way that it has so much control over our lives, pulling us with it at it’s pace. I’ve been thinking that we probably spend too much time planning the future or thinking about the past. In that way we are wasting so much of our lives because I feel we need to live for now, otherwise we are not really living. If now is not a good place well then it is good to think of a brighter future or about the good times of the past. However I think that finding a balance leaning more to the present is what real living is all about.”

Frank And Walters photoshoot for new album "Greenwich Mean Time". This was shot in an abandonned naval base in Crosshaven Cork. The picture shows Ash Keating, Cian Corbett, Paul Linehane and Rory Murphy

Frank And Walters new album "Greenwich Mean Time" released March 9th

If you want a sneaky preview of the songs click here!

You can catch The Franks promoting “Greenwich Mean Time” at the following live dates:

March 16th Leeds. The Northern Monkey
March 17th Liverpool. Zanzibar.
March 23rd Portsmouth, Wedgewood Rooms
March 24th London. Borderline.
March 30th Tullamore. The Thatch.
March 31st Dublin. Workman’s Club.
April 12th Cardiff. Buffalo Bar
April 14th Brighton Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar
April 20th Clonakilty, Co. Cork De Barra’s,
April 27th Galway, Roisin Dubh
April 28th Limerick,  Dolans Warehouse
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