The making of State Hospital by Frightened Rabbit [405 Premiere]
On September 24th Frightened Rabbit release their beautiful new EP, State Hospital, which we fell madly in love with (read our review for proof).
Scott Hutchison comments that "with the exception of 'State Hospital', this is a collection of songs that for one reason or another did not fit on the full-length," which is pretty great considering just how strong the EP is.
Ahead of its release we have a stream of the EP for you to check out, along with a video of Scott Hutchison talking through the making of the EP for good measure.
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Frightened Rabbit's forth coming single "Swim Until You Can't See Land" now has its very own music video. Check it out below! The band are also playing the following dates. 19 Oct 2009 - The Deaf Institute (DiS 9th birthday party) Manchester 20 Oct 2009 - The Forum - Q show Supporting Biffy Clyro London 21 Oct 2009 - Music Like A Vitamin @ HMV Picture House Edinburgh 23 Oct 2009 - Oxjam @ Cabaret Voltaire (Scott solo show) Edinburgh 7 Nov 2009 - West End Centre ... (continued) [read more]
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Currently recording a new EP, booking shows up for the rest of the year and preparing for their run of 'Thirteen Angry Men' shows alongside Spring Offensive and Olympians in October, Our Lost Infantry talk us through twelve of their favourite tracks. You can listen to the Spotify playlist by clicking here! Tom Astbury, bass: The Cooper Temple Clause â Been Training Dogs This song always takes me back to when i was 16 and just brilliant times in summer without any cares in... (continued) [read more]