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Franz Ferdinand Get Spooky With 'Evil Eye'
U.K. rockers' new video pays gory homage to low budget horror films

Franz Ferdinand get spooky in their new video for "Evil Eye" as the U.K. rockers pay homage to low budget B-list horror films with plenty of campy gore. Hacked limbs squirt geysers of blood, faces appear on stomachs, a creepy ghoul devours body parts and people lose their heads. Diane Martel – director of Robin Thicke's head-turning "Blurred Lines" video – helmed the clip, and its jokingly macabre theme shows Franz Ferdinand are still having a blast almost a decade after their debut album.

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"Evil Eye" comes from Franz Ferdinand's latest album, Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action.


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