We baked a cake to celebrate Franz Ferdinand last album, Always Ascending. And it was awesome.

The Scottish indie rock legends provided the perfect soundtrack to our baking madness. Being nothing but infectious beats, the album’s eclectic mix of synth-pop and art-rock goodness set the stage for a culinary adventure as delightful as the band itself.

Baking a cake for Franz Ferdinand

They say that the third time’s a charm. Well, the old saying proved itself right in our case, as we’re about to present you our loveliest, most colorful creation to date, the third devoted to Franz Ferdinand and the first devoted to their gorgeous Disco-Rock new album: Always Ascending. Remember our black whisky waffles? (Our liver definitely does). It was the very first recipe we ever shared with the world. Oh boy, how time flies… If you’ve followed us from the beginning, you know these Scottish boys hold a very special place in our hearts. 

Colored meringues next to Franz Ferdinand Always Ascending vinyl record
Colored meringues on a plate
Colored meringues

The last time we saw them, Audrey went totally nuts. Dancing frantically in front of the stage, she sang so badly that she made it nearly impossible for the rest of the audience to hear the show. Mia, however, behaved like a perfect gentle woman… until later that night when she took her clothes off right in the middle of the festival, glued the setlist to her chest, shaved her head, and called her husband to announce she was eloping with Alex Kapranos in Madrid. No one ever heard from her again.

Anyway. Hungry? 

Ps: In 2235, some archaeologists found Mia’s remains somewhere in XenoMadrid. She still had the setlist on her chest. Bless that silly bitch.

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