Thank you to everyone who joined us last night at the Usher Hall for a Night for Scotland. An incredible energy featuring Franz Ferdinand, Amy Macdonald Frightened Rabbit, Stanley Odd Ricky Ross #LorraineMacIntosh Eddi Reader and Mogwai. With only 3 days to go until polling day… Let’s do this!
Franz Ferdinand supporting Vote Yes campaign at A Night For Scotland, Usher Hall, Edinburgh 14.09.14 by EFE, Roberto Ricciuti, Ken Jack & DocumentingYes, NicolaSturgeon on Twitter & andysnowflake on Instagram
He has performed this ritual in every room he has stayed in on the road starting in 2005 at the Mondrian in Los Angeles, when the band was there to perform its first big hit, “Take Me Out,” at the Grammy Awards. Eight years on, Hardy now has amassed over 320 such images, from the Prince Hotel on Japan’s Mount Naeba to the Driskill in Austin, Tex. “I don’t really like having my picture taken,” he says, referring to the books obscuring his face, which have included everything from Kingsley Amis’s “The Old Devils” to Chelsea Handler’s “Are You There, Vodka? It’s Me, Chelsea.” “This is more about just documenting my life touring and having some memory of where I have been.”
"So I’m sorry if I ever resisted, I never had a doubt you ever existed. I only have a problem when people insist on taking their hate, placing it on your name. Some say you’re a troubled boy, just because you like to destroy. You are the word, the word is destroy; I break this bottle, think of you fondly."