photos by James Richards IV

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FFS and The Intelligence brought their tour to Chicago for a show at The Vic on October 8. We had pics of their NYC show last week, and now we've got pics from the show at The Vic.

FFS is the collaboration between the legendary pop group Sparks and the slightly younger but also somewhat legendary Franz Ferdinand. They were joined by the proudly sardonic Seattle/Los Angeles noise makers The Intelligence. FFS has been playing the entirety of their debut album along with versions of Sparks and Franz Ferdinand songs, and the Chicago set was no exception. They hit classics like "Take Me Out" and "The Number One Song in Heaven."

More pics of FFS and The Intelligence, setlist for FFS, and a video of FFS playing "Police Encounters" recently on The Late Late Show With James Corden, below...

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FFS Setlist
Johnny Delusional
The Man Without A Tan
Police Encounters
Do You Want To
The Power Couple
Little Guy From The Suburbs
Things I Won't Get
So Desu Ne
The Number One Song in Heaven
Michael
This Town Ain't Big Enough for Both of Us
Dictator's Son
Take Me Out
Piss Off

Encore:
When Do I Get to Sing "My Way"
Call Girl
Collaborations Don't Work