Bristol gig for indie rock band Franz Ferdinand

PUBLISHED: 20:00 15 December 2017

Indie icons Franz Ferdinand will delight fans by performing their much-loved hits at the O2 Academy in Bristol.

The band’s first two singles, Darts Of Pleasure and Take Me Out, peaked within the top 50 in the UK singles chart.

Take Me Out achieved global recognition by making the charts in several countries and the band was nominated for a Grammy award for best rock performance by a duo or group with vocal.

Franz Ferdinand are releasing a new album next year and they are heading out on a huge UK tour to celebrate its release.

The Scottish rockers will showcase their new material and play their catchy hits which won them a huge fanbase.

Franz Ferdinand will be playing at the Bristol venue on February 21.

Tickets, priced £31.45, are available from

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