Today has been a very important and exciting day in the world of music as Franz Ferdinand and Sparks have announced that they are collaborating as supergroup FFS!
Scottish rock band Franz Ferdinand formed in 2002 and two years later their catchy anthem Take Me Out became one of the most popular songs of 2004.
American duo Sparks have been together a fair bit longer having originally formed as Halfnelson in 1968 before adopting their now-famous moniker in 1971. Hit songs include This Town Ain’t Big Enough For The Both Of Us and Amateur Hour.
This year, the two acts have joined forces as FFS and have announced that not only will they be bringing a collaborative album out later this year, but they will be playing a number of European shows this summer, including a set at Benicassim Festival and a night at London’s Troxy.
Tickets for FFS will go on sale here from 9am on Friday 13th March.
FFS also released a short video sampling a song called The Domino Effect as part of their announcement – take a peek and let us know what you think!