Frankie & The Heartstrings cover Franz Ferdinand – listen

The band have tackled 'Stand On The Horizon' from last year's 'Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action'

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Frankie And The Heartstrings have covered Franz Ferdinand's 'Stand On The Horizon'.

Click below to listen to the Sunderland band's version of the 2013 track, the original of which features on Franz Ferdinand's fourth album 'Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action'.



Last year Frankie And The Heartstrings opened their own record store, Pop Recs Ltd, in their native Sunderland.

Speaking about the shop, which is based on Fawcett Street in the city's former tourism office, frontman Frankie Francis said: "It's really brilliant. I love records, and to be able to become part of that community of people who sell records in the UK is exciting and a bit of an honour. The British record shop has a huge legacy and one that we can contribute to in a small way."

Frankie & The Heartstrings released their second album 'The Days Run Away' last year.

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