Franz Ferdinand Hit the Dance Floor for New Song 'Feel the Love Go'The band is having a rock and roll dance party and you're invited.
Franz Ferdinand Free Fall in 'Always Ascending' VideoThe song is the title track to the band's comeback album, which is due to debut on Feb. 9.
Franz Ferdinand Announce New Album 'Always Ascending'Lead singer Alex Kapranos calls the album "simultaneously futuristic and naturalistic."
Franz Ferdinand Announce 2017 North American TourIt marks the band's first live shows in three years.
Franz Ferdinand 'Stand on the Horizon' in New Video: WatchDirector Karan Kandhari describes his vision as, "An awkward look at innocence and experience. An attempt to capture a sparkle in the melancholy and a warmth in the strangeness."
Franz Ferdinand's Alex Kapranos Makes Nice With Pharrell Over 'Borrowed' RiffAs quickly as a beef starts in the Twitterverse, it can be squashed. Case in point, Franz Ferdinand frontman Alex Kapranos' weekend long spat with Pharrell.
Franz Ferdinand's Alex Kapranos Accuses Pharrell of 'Borrowing' RiffRemember Franz Ferdinand's 2004 hit, "Take Me Out"? No? Well you and Pharrell might have something in common.
Watch Franz Ferdinand Get Bloody In NSFW 'Evil Eye' VideoRight from the start of Franz Ferdinand's video for "Evil Eye," you're warned that this clip might not be safe for children. And trust us, it isn't.
New Releases: Big Sean, Belle & Sebastian, Franz Ferdinand, ASAP Ferg, King KruleEvery Tuesday, Dan Weiss runs down the week’s new full-length music releases, from charting hits to more obscure depths, the underrated and the overrated, from a critical pop fan’s perspective.
This Week In Late Night TV: Robin Thicke, Backstreet Boys & The Kopecky Family BandThis week, July 29 – August 2, Robin Thicke sings about naughty parts, Backstreet show they've still got it and the Kopecky Family Band represent Nashville’s indie scene.
This Week In Late Night TV: Kenny Chesney, Franz Ferdinand, Edward Sharpe & Regina SpektorThis week, July 22 – 26, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros make their third, likely joyous appearance on Letterman, while Kenny Chesney brings his nostalgic new single to late night.