New Franz Ferdinand songs

2013-06-27 by Raul Stanciu STAFF | 22 Comments
Scottish act Franz Ferdinand have premiered two new tracks off their upcoming record, Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action, due out on August 26. 'Love Illumination' and 'Right Action' are available for streaming on Youtube and were released as a double A-Side vinyl today, June 27.

'Love Illumination' - http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=gWjN1GctWog

'Right Action' - http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=qZa-FHRmoGg

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LightRedFloyd
June 27th 2013
606 Comments


....but the other article only says one song....WHICH IS IT??!?!?!?!?

AliW1993
Contributing Reviewer
June 27th 2013
7510 Comments


I'm pretty sure there was only one when I posted my article. I'll have it removed.

StallionMang
June 27th 2013
7314 Comments


Mods fell asleep again.

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insomniac15
Staff Reviewer
June 27th 2013
3899 Comments


I added it right after you I guess, because I didn't see the original news at first. Sorry.

AliW1993
Contributing Reviewer
June 27th 2013
7510 Comments


Anyway, both the songs are classic Franz Ferdinand, and that's fine by me. As far as lead tracks go they're not as good as Darts of Pleasure/Take Me Out/Do You Want To/Ulysses, but there's no shame in that.

bloc
June 27th 2013
36445 Comments


OMG FINALLY SOMETHING

clercqie
June 27th 2013
6515 Comments


Sounding good!

clercqie
June 27th 2013
6515 Comments


Gonna be such a fun record

kuk
June 27th 2013
50 Comments


TAKE

NorwichScene
June 27th 2013
1835 Comments


Great band

klap
Staff Reviewer
June 27th 2013
11289 Comments


oh hells yes

sithlord416
June 27th 2013
76 Comments


So psyched for this album.

IbenizGEO1
June 27th 2013
2262 Comments


Dude if the rest of the songs on this record are on this caliber. It'll be damn good

ti0n
June 27th 2013
1726 Comments


boring

SonicDriveIn
June 27th 2013
42 Comments


Solid

NonApplicable
June 27th 2013
2334 Comments


I used to like this band when I was casually into music. Not really impressed anymore.

WhiteNoise
June 27th 2013
3405 Comments


"I used to like this band when I was casually into music."

Yes, I also visit music websites because I dislike music...

tommygun
June 27th 2013
26166 Comments


heard take me out on mmm this morning still jams

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menawati
June 27th 2013
16405 Comments


dont like those songs much, but i didnt like their last album either when i first heard it and it grew on me loads so will probably give the new album a chance

c0nf1n3d
June 28th 2013
301 Comments


These guys are still around?

SugarCubeEmpire
June 28th 2013
49 Comments


this seems cool

Polyethylene
June 28th 2013
3413 Comments


Love Illumination didn't impress me, but really dig Right Action. Sweet Talking Heads influence

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