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White Rabbits' new album, Milk Famous, comes out March 6.
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February 26, 2012 The Brooklyn rock band's albums have always started off with a bang, but Milk Famous demonstrates a new-found knack for preserving momentum.
January 25, 2012 The Brooklyn band turns simple tasks mysterious in their new video for "Heavy Metal."
November 9, 2009 After abandoning their Missouri roots to start anew in Brookyln, White Rabbits' members established themselves in the indie music scene, touring with the likes of Spoon and The Walkmen. Their sophomore album, It's Frightening, was produced by Spoon frontman Britt Daniel.
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June 18, 2009 Like many White Rabbits songs, "They Done Wrong / We Done Wrong" has a literary feel to it, like a page from a Richard Yates or Donna Tartt novel set to music. Its characters are educated-sounding people who spend much of their time saying cryptic, nasty things to one another, presumably while holding stiff cocktails.
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May 15, 2009 An energetic indie-rock sextet, White Rabbits became an underground phenomenon upon the release of 2007's Fort Nightly. After winning over fans with its energetic live shows, the group just released a new album, It's Frightening. Hear White Rabbits perform live in concert from WXPN and World Cafe Live in Philadelphia.
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September 6, 2007 Earlier this year, the New York-based group released Fort Nightly, which expertly applies reggae and ska rhythms to a roots-rock template. In this segment, its members perform new songs and discuss what their early sound was like.
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May 18, 2007 On "The Plot," White Rabbits' members demonstrate a fondness for twinkling keyboards, room-filling rock and snarling but seductive vocals. Playing a kind of pitch-perfect indie-soul, they draw inspiration from disparate sources like calypso and ska along the way.
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