“I will forever be in awe of his genius.”
His brother says he is in a “fragile state”.
They’re coming back!
A broken heart is worn proudly on their plaid sleeve.
Scotland’s favourite sons Frightened Rabbit are making the most of their return Down Under for Laneway Festival next year, sidetracking from the boutique event to headline their own run of tour dates in Sydney and Melbourne. It’s clear that Frightened Rabbit have a soft spot for Aussies, and the feeling is obviously returned given that
The North American debut of St Jerome’s Laneway Festival is upon us, and the inaugural Detroit iteration looks to be kicking things off with a bang, securing some of the hottest indie talent on the planet for their first roster. Joining indie heavyweights Sigur Ros and The National are Aussie favourites Chet Faker and Flume,
Frightened Rabbit will be coming into the studio this Monday, 29th April.
In what will probably be the strangest story of the day, Frightened Rabbit’s frontman Scott Hutchison’s beard is currently up for bids on eBay. What adds an M. Night Shyamalan-style twist to the tale is that Hutchison seemingly has no prior knowledge of the online follicular auction. As Hutchison’s commented on his Instagram account, next
Indie rock colony Frightened Rabbit are crossing whichever ocean separates Scotland from Australia for Groovin’ The Moo and while they’re here they’ll be putting on a few headlining gigs of their own. The band will be showcasing material from their recently released fourth studio album, Pedestrian Verse. It’s a record that earned the praise of
I don’t know very much about Frightened Rabbit. They’re a band that lots of my friends are into, and, I’m also told, a band that I should have loved for a long time. But for whatever reason, I’ve never been that interested. Therefore, I approached this review with next to no knowledge of what has
Listen to Frightened Rabbit’s new EP State Hospital
Frightened Rabbit return to play Splendour In The Grass and headline shows in Sydney and Melbourne. We have double pass to give away for the Sydney – Factory Theatre Show, Tuesday 3rd August.
Having won over audiences with their exceptional energetic live shows earlier this year at Laneway Festival. Frightened Rabbit return to play Splendour In The Grass and headline shows in Sydney and Melbourne.
At the rate of adding a member per year, Frightened Rabbit – originally a solo act, now a four piece – could be the next Soweto Gospel Choir, and lead singer Scott Hutchinson has even grander plans.