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Frightened Rabbit

Playing clever but purposefully naïve pop in the manner of the Vaselines, the Twilight Sad, and the Clean, Frightened Rabbit sound a good bit bolder than their moniker would suggest, though it suits their lively but nervous musical personality. Frightened Rabbit was founded in Glasgow, Scotland, in 2004, when guitarist Scott Hutchison and his brother Grant, a percussionist who -- like his sibling -- prefers to keep his last name a secret, began recording demos of songs they had written. Encouraged by friends and family, the brothers added a second guitarist, their friend Billy, and the trio began making the rounds of Glasgow's pubs and music venues. Slowly but surely gaining a reputation for their music, Frightened Rabbit began work on their first album, initially planning to record at the home studio where they'd done their original demos but eventually opting to record at Glasgow's Diving Bell Studio with Marcus Mackay instead.

Frightened Rabbit released Sing the Greys through their own label, Hits the Fan Records, in mid-2006. Reviews were enthusiastic, and Universal picked up the disc for distribution in the U.K. and the U.S. through the independent label Fat Cat. The group's reputation enjoyed a considerable boost in America after they played a well-received showcase at the 2007 South by Southwest Music Conference in Austin, Texas, and the U.S. release of Sings only increased Frightened Rabbit's popularity. The band's sophomore release, Midnight Organ Flight, arrived in April 2008. Keyboard player Andy Monaghan was added to the lineup shortly before the release of the album. The live album Quietly Now!, also known as Liver! Lung! FR!, appeared in 2009; meanwhile the band was working on its third studio album, The Winter of Mixed Drinks, which introduced fifth bandmember Gordon Skene. A lush, uplifting set of songs, The Winter of Mixed Drinks arrived early in 2010. A Frightened Rabbit EP was released in July 2011 and was only available on their subsequent tour (the band later made the EP available for their newsletter subscribers and as a limited 7”). In preparation for their fourth album, they released the EP State Hospital in September 2012, featuring a guest appearance by Aidan Moffat. The first release through Atlantic Records -- the major label the band left Fat Cat for in 2010 -- the EP harked back to the lyrical prowess of their earlier material, which proved to be a taster for Pedestrian Verse, the full-length which arrived in February 2013. Produced by Leo Abrahams, the album was a triumph, full of affecting, often anthemic material. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Nothing Like You (Radio Single)

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Track List: Swim Until You Can't See Land (Radio Single)

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Track List: The Woodpile (Single)

Comments

Great band. Check out the interview and performance they do on YouTube, type their band name in and metaphysical milkshake.
Don't read this because it actually works. You will be kissed on the nearest possible Friday by the love of you life. Tomorrow will be the best day of your life. However if don't post this you will die in 2 days. Now you've started reading so don't stop. This is so scary put this on at least 5 songs in 143 minutes. When done press f6 and your lover's name will come on the screen in big letters. This is so scary because it actually works.
What a s**t bio. Pretentious and grammaticall y f**ked. Get over yourself man.
Saw them early in Washington, DC . .I swear there were 20 people in the bar.
My heart is crippled, but knowing that I'm not the only Modern Leper makes me feel far better. Thank you Frightened Rabbit.
The bio is really poorly written. Typos, mistakes... eh. Luckily, the band is incredible enough to make up for it.
I saw these guys open for Death Cab; they were great!!
so in love with this band!
in love with this band.
They make me happy, period.
Still early on in their career, but it is almost as if they have yet to write (or at least record) a bad song. They have been able to escape the infamous Sophmore Slump which bodes well for the future. I put them in my top 15 bands that have come out in the past 10yrs, not all time.
The FR live show definitely drives home the fact that these guys are better than good and are here to stay, thankfully!
The Modern Leper, Backwards Walk, Keep Yourself Warm - all classic songs.
Winter of Mixed Drinks is certainly more "radio friendly" (think Nothing Like You) but full of equally classic and brilliant songs. Looking forward to seeing them at Neumos in a week.
madeinjapan2 4
Damn this band is fantastic! I heard of them through some members of Jimmy Eat World's message board, listened to clips on amazon, then had to buy Winter of Mixed Drinks and The Midnight Organ Fight. I like the WOMD better, mostly due to Swim Until You Can't See Land and Nothing Like You, but both albums are great. After realizing they have anolder album, I'll be hitting the record store tomorrow to get it. Other favorite songs: The Twist, Backward's Walk, Living In Colour. Can't wait to see the
I second the previous comment about getting their new CD on Pandora! "Things" is their best song!
mbmriver1
Put their new CD on Pandora please!! It's The Winter Of Mixed Drinks. Its fantastic!
tristancloy
jay roy needs a swift kick in the nuts....phil i s t i n e s should be tarred, stoned and hanged in the town square. i shouldn't be so harsh, but this band has it down to a science....s o open your ears and if you can't dig, then kindly please get stuffed elsewhere.
This band is my favorite among new bands. I just love them. The Twist is the sweetest song of desperation I've ever heard!
ms.michellea g n e w
I disagree...I think they are nice to listen to and make for a good live show too!
This band sucks!!!!!!! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !

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