Franz Ferdinand for intimate Brooklyn show

They'll play October 8 in Williamsburg

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Franz Ferdinand have announced a special intimate show, set to take place in Williamsburg, Brooklyn on October 8.

The show, which will take place at the Music Hall Of Wiliamsburg, will be a hometown one of sorts for frontman Alex Kapranos, who relocated to Brooklyn last year.

The band recently finished work on the follow-up to 2005's 'You Could Have It So Much Better', working on the album with producer Dan Carey in Glasgow.

[url=http://www.nme.com/news/franz-ferdinand/39956 ]As previously reported[/url], Kapranos described the album as more dancefloor friendly than its predecessor.

"The last record was fast, furious, frantic, 150 beats per minute," Kapranos told BBC News. "It was like a teenager having sex. This one's a bit more assured and a bit friendlier for the dancefloor. It's about 104/105bpm."

Tickets for the show at Music Hall Of Williamsburg are currently on sale.

--By our New York staff.
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