This Fire

Album: Franz Ferdinand (2004)


  • This song is about being so in love with someone that you'll do anything to be with them. In the video the band tries to hypnotize the girls of the world and make them more eager to have sex. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Ryan - Ottawa, Canada
  • Franz Ferdinand usually close their sets with "This Fire." One time, though, during a concert in Romania, they decided to start the gig with the track.

    "The joke was, at the end of the song, we went 'Thank you very much, good night!'" Kapranos remembered to ABC Radio.

    "It was the first time we ever played in Romania, so no one knew the joke, it was just to entertain ourselves," added bassist Bob Hardy.

    "We found it very funny," Kapranos laughed.

Comments: 2

  • Valo from Moscow, Russia FederationTotally.After watching the video I got it. Alex, licking an envelope , news about 'global sexmania' - grose!
  • Darren from Aberdeenshire, United KingdomWRONG - not about being in love with somebody!!!! haha
    Right folks, here it is the really meaning: SEX!!! - end of.
    At least ask a scotsman in the know dude!!! lol
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