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Frightened Rabbit

Scotland triumphantly invaded Hollywood as a double shot of Frightened Rabbit and the Twilight Sad easily sold out the Fonda Theater. Frightened Rabbit ripped through a compelling set giving the audience a walkthrough of┬átheir new album Pedestrian Verse. The Twilight Sad opted for the “Coffee house vibe” with a stripped down three piece performance. Check out the photos in the gallery above and the setlist below.

SETLIST
01 “Holy”
02 “The Modern Leper”
03 “Old Old Fashioned”
04 “Late March, Death March”
05 “Nothing Like You”
06 “Backyard Skulls”
07 “Head Rolls Off”
08 “The Oil Slick”
09 “My Backwards Walk”
10 “State Hospital”
11 “Poke”
12 “Good Arms vs Bad Arms”
13 “Swim Until You Can’t See Land”
14 “Acts of Man”
15 “Woodpile”
16 “The Twist”
17 “Living in Colour”
18 “The Loneliness and the Scream”

Comments (3)
  1. I’ve always thought Living in Colour makes a way better closer than Loneliness when it comes to winter of mixed drinks tracks. Not a single song from the greys on that setlist, either, that’s a bummer. I always hope to get lucky and get either yawns or square 9 when I see them. (March 30th in Detroit!)

  2. Every time I think of The Twilight Sad I think of this night in 2007…
    http://www.alternapop.com/2007/04/16/the-twilight-sad-riyl-interpol-my-bloody-valentine/

  3. woozefa  |   Posted on Mar 16th, 2013 0

    twilight sad killed it. all semi acoustic, no drummer just programs on some songs. really haunting. the songs totally lend themselves to that style. hung out a little with james after the show, what a cool fucking guy he is.

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