This week's album reviews
Supergroups don’t get much more attention-grabbing and tantalising than this hook-up between Glasgow’s angular indie pop kings Franz Ferdinand and Californian art-pop pioneers Sparks. To put the icing on the cake, they’ve used their collective initials to cheekily christen the project FFS.
The bands have reportedly been working with each other on and off since the mid-2000s, and fashioned this album together during bouts of recording activity during last...
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TV review: A peek at how the elites weathered the pandemic
Ireland’s Rich List revealed that online payment moguls John and Patrick Collison are top of the heap, and that Dermot Desmond had a bumpy 2020
Radio review: Haig’s comfort read taps into history’s wisdom to solve today’s ills
Matt Haig, the bestselling author, chatted with Jonathan Healy on Newstalk about mental illness and gratitude