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December 1, 2005

Franz Ferdinand in London

by Thorendal

Tonight I went to the Franz Ferdinand concert in London where they were playing in Alexandria. First of all I have to say that there were some pretty cool waming up - two bands The Rakes and the Editors. Mainly the last band was interesting. But when Franz Ferdinand went on stage the hole audience went into a complete party mood. I am not quite sure I have ever experienced an audience that was so much up for an evening of good music. There was such an amazing buzz in the audience!
Anyways Franz Ferdinand delivered a fantastic 75 minutes long concert. Full of energy and an absolutly amazing stage and stage show! I have indeed never seen such a beautiful stage with everything from the lightning to decoration and to a camera following everything around on the stage and casting it on three screens in the hall. It was filmed in B/W and with a bit of delay - it looked like something that had been taken out of a music video from the sixties - really really cool!
I don’t know a lot of their music but it was defintely not needed to have a really good concert experience. British people know how to have a party and that made it all so much more fun.

In total we had about two and a half hours of live music which was fantastic! I can strongly recommend to get hold of tickets for their tour. Thanks to Nick for inviting me and for making my evening fantastic!

Filed under Need to know music and Ode to the UK at 2:32 am

2 Responses to “Franz Ferdinand in London”

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  2. Nick wrote:

    …oh you are most welcome. Had an amazing evening too. Alexandra Palace was indeed a rockin’

    :)

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