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Franz Ferdinand gig confirmed for Fife venue PJ Molloys

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Lead vocalist and guitarist Alex Kapranos has fronted the band since they started in 2002.

Scottish rock band Franz Ferdinand are set to perform at Fife’s PJ Molloys later this month.

The Dunfermline venue have confirmed the award-winning Glaswegian group will appear on stage on Monday January 31.

The band is best known for iconic noughties singles Do You Want To and Take Me Out, which won the NME Award for Best Track in 2005.

Their self-titled debut album won the Mercury Prize and earned a Grammy nomination for Best Alternative Album.

They also won the BRIT Award for Best Group in 2005.

Franz Ferdinand will be performing at PJ Molloys in the wake of their fifth studio album Always Ascending released in 2018.

The album topped the US Billboard’s Independent Albums chart and peaked at number three in Scotland and number six in the UK.

BBC Radio 6 Music will be broadcasting live from PJ Molloys throughout the day as part of Independent Venue Week.

The iconic Glasgow band will be supported by Scottish singer-songwriter Hamish Hawk at their PJ Molloys gig.

Tickets go on sale on Tuesday at 5pm.

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