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Franz Ferdinand tickets

Franz Ferdinand Tickets

Wednesday 26th September 2018
Headlining The British Sound Project Victoria Warehouse, Manchester
Saturday 22nd September 2018
Franz Ferdinand are a Glasgow-based indie rock band formed in 2002. Riding the wave of the post millennium resurgence in post punk, they fused skittering guitar riffs with dance music rhythms to become one of the biggest British bands for a generation, selling a reported 3 million albums worldwide.

Following a significant change in line-up, the band is now composed of drummer Paul Thomson, guitarists Dino Bardot and Alex Kapranos who takes lead vocals, with Bob Hardy playing bass.

To mark this new era in the band, they have released their fifth studio album Always Ascending this year. They promote the new material with a massive gig at Roundhouse in London during September 2018.

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Franz Ferdinand came to the fore with the release of their eponymously titled album debut in 2004, it has been followed by the LPs You Could Have It So Much Better, Tonight: Franz Ferdinand and Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action. This year has seen the release of their latest studio album; Always Ascending.

Always Ascending is, everywhere you look, a record driven by vim, vigour and ideas, and plenty of Kapranos’ idiosyncratic way with a lyric.” - NME

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