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Franz Ferdinand recently released Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action track "Fresh Strawberries" as a single with an entirely German-sung B-side. Now they've got a music video shot in stark…   Read Story »
Last year Franz Ferdinand released the LP Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Actions, and to go along with the release of a new single from the album, "Fresh Strawberries," they've dropped the…   Read Story »
Have you thought about Franz Ferdinand much lately? After the one two-punch of their self-titled debut in 2004 and You Could Have It So Much Better in 2005, the Scottish indie rockers slowed down a…   Read Story »
When I reviewed Paloma Faith's "Can't Rely On You" in The Week In Pop, I called it low-grade Pharrell because the chorus reminds me of Joss Stone, but it's definitely growing on me, in part because…   Read Story »
Franz Ferdinand have already made a generous handful of videos for songs from their new album Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action -- for "Right Action," for "Love Illumination," and, most…   Read Story »
On a recent visit to Australia's Triple J radio network, the Scottish post-punkers Franz Ferdinand showed their appreciation for their host country by covering one of its greatest bands. For Like A…   Read Story »
Franz Ferdinand have already made an absolutely disgusting gore-soaked video for "Evil Eye," the next single from their new album Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action, and now they've also got a…   Read Story »
The first of two Austin City Limits weekends took place in Zilker Park over the weekend, with performances by Depeche Mode, the Cure, Kings Of Leon, Atoms For Peace, Phoenix, Wilco, Vampire Weekend,…   Read Story »
Franz Ferdinand's gruesome, genuinely disgusting video for the Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Actions song "Evil Eye" feels like what might happen if someone made a supercut of all the nastiest…   Read Story »
Franz Ferdinand released Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action this week and, in their promo run, stopped by French radio station Oui FM. There, the band did an acoustic cover of Grimes's…   Read Story »