Ten years of loyalty to each other has seen Frank Turner and Xtra Mile Recordings build a space rocket to hitherto unknown heights. From the lowly launch pad of Million Dead's mourned split through his steady solo ascent via pubs and people's bedrooms, he grazed the stratosphere supporting Green Day at Wembley Stadium and playing the opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympics, before breaking free by headlining the O2 and scoring No. 2-charting albums twice with 2013's Tape Deck Heart and 2015's Positive Songs For Negative People. And now Turner's debut EP Campfire Punkrock is celebrating it's 10th anniversary in 2016 with a new limited edition 10" pressing. Originally released via Xtra Mile in 2006, the 7-track effort features members of his current backing band The Sleeping Souls including Ben Lloyd (guitar), Tarrant Anderson (bass) and Nigel Powell (drums) and comes complete with a live version of "The Ballad of Me and My Friends."