Frightened Rabbit In Concert Known for poignant lyrics and driving beats, the Scottish indie rock band takes the stage for a Live Friday concert from WXPN.
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Frightened Rabbit In Concert

Frightened Rabbit In Concert

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Gordon Burniston

Frightened Rabbit.

Gordon Burniston

Set List

  • "The Modern Leper"
  • "Nothing Like You"
  • "Old Old Fashioned"
  • "Swim Until You Can't See Land"
  • "Music Now"
  • "Scottish Winds"
  • "Living in Colour"
  • "The Loneliness and the Scream"

Since its formation in 2004, Scottish indie band Frightened Rabbit has been lauded for its rocking introspection. Its breakthrough album, Midnight Organ Fight, launched the band into the international spotlight, and the emotive lyrics of front man Scott Hutchinson have won the attention of many critics and fans.

Frightened Rabbit's latest album, The Winter of Mixed Drinks, was summed up nicely by The Guardian's Dave Simpson: "Most of their songs — with themes of escape, freedom and reinvention — have huge impassioned choruses that are made to be shouted from the nearest available mountain." The band's live performances are just as passionate.

Hutchinson and Co. are currently touring the U.S., both headlining and sharing the stage with Death Cab for Cutie. You can hear a recorded show from WXPN's World Cafe Live right here.