So the cool kids reckon Google Plus is the new cool hangout so we thought we settle in and share a few photos and videos. If you’re on Google Plus sure add us to your circles. We’d love that.
On Wednesday 18th of January we gave an exclusive listen to our new single Indie Love Song. We received some very kind words on twitter so we collected a few and added them to the teaser clip. Have a look to see was your tweet featured!
The Frank and Walters invite you to have an early listen to their brand new single “Indie Love-Song”. The new single will be streamed on the Franks’ website FrankandWalters.net on Wednesday 18th of January at 7pm til 9pm.
Be sure to log on to get an early listen of the new single before it’s release on Valentine’s Day!
What better way to relax after a gig than to dress festively and pose near a decorated plant wearing shades! Thanks for all the support during the year and to the lunatics who made it to the gig last night in The Pavilion in Cork.
Happy Christmas folks x
Paul, Ash, Rory and Cian want to wish indie kids everywhere a very happy Christmas. It’s been a great year that’s seen us tour with Carter USM, 2 trips to France, gigs in Hungary and Croatia, (where we invented the “Statue Re-enactment”) and recorded a brand new album due for release next February.
The final gig of the year will be our annual Franks Christmas Show on tonight the 23rd of December in the Pavillion, which will see the first outing of a few new songs!
For now we’ll leave you with our Franks Christmas song which we released last Christmas “Song for a Future Love”. Happy Christmas folks!
(This blog was written by Ashley on Myspace in January 2006, we thought we’d share it here. Enjoy!)
OK, there i was, flask and tuna (dolphin un-friendly) sandwiches packed in my action man lunchbox, credit union train ticket in the back pocket, book check, paper check, walkman(original) check, shirt check, skies were clear so that was 7 quid I could hang on to instead of handing it over to Kcabs, with half an hour to make the Dublin train i stepped out the front door with a smile on my face and a hat on my head.
Having a bit of time i decided to take the scenic route, along the south channel of the River Lee and past the Holy Trinity Church, on past Connoly Hall and then a quick left past the Custom House, phone rings, frantic searching of pockets, me:”hello”,
bloke: “erm, eh, Ashley?”
bloke: “from the Frank and Walters?”
bloke: “there’s a problem”
bloke: “yeah, about the Ian Dempsey Show tomorrow”
bloke: “yes, you see Ricky Gervais has agreed to come in so could we put ye back to Friday? I’m sure you understand…. erm, its ricky gervais you see….”
me: “oh, ok”
Now like a lot of other people I like The Office, and even though my day had been thrown into turmoil I wasn’t that annoyed, and even though my Friday had now taken a turn for the worse I could cope, and even though my train ticket would now become null and void because I had filled out the date before-hand i could keep myself calm with the knowledge that I had saved 7 quid on a taxi, and when all is said and done I actually did understand, as bloke said “its Ricky Gervais you see”
But (there’s always a but) this wasn’t a new thing, believe it or not Ricky Gervais has been popping in and out of our lives for a while now, and far from being a pleasurable experience, our dealings with this cheeky master of the awkward silence have always been negative affairs, negative for us that is! Continue reading