On the road with . . . Ollie Cole of Turn

Turn play The Button Factory in Dublin on December 28. Tickets from €13.50 at ticketmaster.ie

8th December, 2013
Ollie Cole (centre) of Turn: When we got back together we were better than we had ever been.'

Why have you decided to reform Turn for a one-off gig in Dublin later this month?

Because we love it. We put six or seven years of our lives into that band, and we made the best music we could. It was heartbreaking that it didn't work out. But we get to walk into the Button Factory to people who know every single word of every single song. It's not a ''career'' any more, so...

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