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Frightened Rabbit frontman Scott Hutchison will release his debut solo album under the Owl John moniker this week. Uptempo single "Red Hand" is a fine example of Hutchison's signature style,…   Read Story »
The Pete Holmes Show has been canceled, and yesterday, for its final episode, Holmes brought on Frightened Rabbit frontman Scott Hutchison to talk about his band (including where their band name came…   Read Story »
Frightened Rabbit released their fourth album, Pedestrian Verse, earlier this year and now have a video for the track "Holy." It follows a business woman who breaks down during a meeting and leaves…   Read Story »
Frightened Rabbit is on a hot streak. Starting with September of last year and the State Hospital EP, then through the release of Pedestrian Verse in February, and finally last Tuesday with the Late…   Read Story »
A few weeks ago we heard "Radio Silence" by Frightened Rabbit, a new song off the upcoming Late March, Death March EP which has been available in Europe in a slightly altered form under the name The…   Read Story »
Jessie Ware's "Wildest Moments" has achieved something resembling ubiquity since its release last year (it's one of those songs I know by heart but I have no idea HOW I know it), and today, the…   Read Story »
Frightened Rabbit's Pedestrian Verse is probably of 2013's more unjustly overlooked albums. (At least in terms of critical reception; the band plays to ever-larger rooms with every tour.) I thought…   Read Story »
NorthSide festival, a young upstart on the Danish festival scene, kicked off on June 14th, with three days of high caliber performances. Situated in Aarhus, Denmark's second biggest city, and home to…   Read Story »
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…   Read Story »
A few months ago, I wrote about the increasing influence of Mumford & Sons and how that band's brand of bleeding-heart folk-rock represents the convergence of certain indie trends (howling Avett…   Read Story »