I have Bill Childs of Spare the Rock, Spoil the Child to thank for me becoming a Frank Turner fan. It's a fanhood that stretches back maybe seven years or more, and it's provided me with a good deal of joy since then. Turner puts on a great live show, which from my perspective is a result of infectious life-affirming singalong choruses. (He also offers up a nice dose of self-deprecating humor.)
Turner's just released his latest album, Be More Kind, and while the arrangements are a little poppier than some of his past, punkier work, Turner's songwriting gifts are just as sharp. Some of the tracks on the album are more political in nature. This one, "Little Changes," is political, too, but let's call it "small 'p' political" -- nothing that an 8-year-old wouldn't understand (though they might wonder what "the Underground" is if they're not from London). And the video features Turner embracing more of that self-deprecating humor he deploys in concert, albeit with far fancier footwork here.
Frank Turner - "Little Changes" [YouTube]