Franz Ferdinand Deliver a Driving Performance of 'Lazy Boy' on Seth Meyers: Watch

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Franz Ferdinand perform on Late Night with Seth Meyers on Aug. 9, 2018.

Grammy-nominated band Franz Ferdinand stopped by Late Night with Seth Meyers for a bass-driven performance of their single "Lazy Boy" on Thursday night (Aug. 9). The Scottish indie rockers let rhythm lead the way by following a hard bass and drum pattern throughout the track while blue lights flashed to the beat. 

Vocalist Alex Kapranos, dressed in a black button-up and jeans, kicked the show off by playing a two-handed shaker that he would later toss aside for his usual guitar. With his signature baritone voice and sardonic lyrics, Kapranos led the band by singing "Am I gonna get up, get up? Never!" with the attitude of a pouting child.

Between verses, Kapranos made sure to show his David Byrne-style dance moves. The singer jumped up and down, awkwardly kicking his legs back and forth before plunging into the song's final chorus. 

"Lazy Boy" is off of the band's fifth album, Always Ascending. Check out the performance below.