TVD Vinyl Giveaway: Franz Ferdinand, Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action Prize Pack (Signed)

Today, Glasgow’s Franz Ferdinand returns to the rock mainstage with their 4th album Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action. We happen to have a grab bag of Franz Ferdinand swag including a pink tote, an AUTOGRAPHED copy of the new record, and a surprise limited 7″.

This album picks up after 2009’s Tonight: Franz Ferdinand, a success after receiving critical and commercial acclaim with 2004’s Franz Ferdinand and 2005’s You Could Have it So Much Better. The quartet have amassed a fanbase all around the world with minimalistic math rock that was forged with referential pop chord movements.

The album leads with the single “Right Action,” a bouncy and optimistic riff-driven track that throws back to jangly guitars, a snappy chorus, and a big synthy theme. “Right Action” was followed by the release of dance-rock track “Love Illumination.”


For a shot at winning the prize pack, in the comments below tell us your favorite Scottish band besides Franz Ferdinand. I’ve been on a big Mogwai kick lately, so I’ll answer with that.

One winner with a North American mailing address will be chosen a week from today on Tuesday, September 3.

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  • jbcapati

    Teenage Fanclub!

  • http://adventuraawaits.tumblr.com Mackenzie

    The Soup Dragons!

  • jakopz

    That’s easy…Primal Scream. Really enjoying their new album.

  • peterspencer10

    belle and Sebastian!

  • Ashley

    Way too many awesome bands/artists to pick from! I’d probably go with Frightened Rabbit. I’ve been loving their most recent album. Also, KT Tunstall as a solo artist. I mean her new album is emotional and beautiful – a real stunner.

  • texastab

    Bay City Rollers were a bit underrated…

  • briantracy

    Have to go with Primal Scream, really wish they’d tour the states on their last album. They blew me away live about four years ago on Riot City Blues (though it wasn’t my favorite album of theirs)

  • kosmo

    I’ll go with Aztec Camera

  • http://ok-panic.net/ Wheeler Hall

    Cocteau Twins

  • crowbarmark

    belle & sebastien

  • AROverton

    It’s not even a question. Belle & Sebastian are incredible.

  • Scott

    We Were Promised Jetpacks!

  • dandrean

    The Fratellis or Snow Patrol. Such a hard decision.

  • nicholas oliver

    shoot how about the BlueBells…..Everybody should love Cath

  • Bill Barbee

    Primal Scream

  • Nhan

    Camera Obscura!

  • CortneyKern

    This Mortal Coil

  • http://Facebook.com/thesynthwarehouse Discorout

    The JAMS/ The KLF!

  • StoneNelson

    Glasvegas

  • VanesaRivera

    Snow Patrol and Frightened Rabbit 🙂

  • EdithGonzalezdeFlowers

    Belle & Sebastian

  • Juan Guardiola

    Belle and Sebastian!! =)

  • AleeVillarreal

    Belle and Sebastian

  • insubtitles

    The Twilight Sad!

  • woozlewozzle

    I also love Mogwai… Rock Action is probably among my top 20 favorite albums of all time.  Used to listen to that on album while looking out my bedroom window on many a rainy day.  Seems like ages ago (all my vinyl has been packed up at my parent’s house way on the opposite coast for years now).  
    Other than Mogwai, I would have to say my favorite Scottish band is Oi Polloi.  Grew up listening to them & I’ll probably never get tired of them, although I don’t listen to much punk anymore.  Always makes me a bit nostalgic for my youth…

  • juanechenique

    Belle and Sebastian

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