Frightened Rabbit - Pedestrian Verse album
Frightened Rabbit were a Scottish indie rock band from Selkirk, formed in 2003. Initially a solo project for vocalist and guitarist Scott Hutchison, the final line-up of the band consisted of Hutchison, Grant Hutchison (drums), Billy Kennedy (guitar, bass), Andy Monaghan (guitar, keyboards), and Simon Liddell (guitar). From 2004 the band were based in Glasgow.
Listen to Frightened Rabbit's excellent fourth album and let us know your thoughts. In last week's interview with the Guardian, anthemic Scottish folkers Frightened Rabbit talked about the disparity between their success in the US and their relative obscurity in the UK. In America, the Selkirk five-piece play to thousands of people and have appeared on Late Night with Jimmy Fallo. ut closer to home they're so under the radar that people at their own record company have never heard of them
Pedestrian Verse is indie rock band Frightened Rabbit’s fourth album. The album was the band’s first that was released through a major label, in this case Atlantic Records. Produced by Leo Abrahams and the band itself, it is the only studio album to feature guitarist and keyboardist Gordon Skene, who departed from Frightened Rabbit following the album’s accompanying tour
Album · 2013 · 12 Songs. Pedestrian Verse Frightened Rabbit.
But Pedestrian Verse, Frightened Rabbit's fourth album, finds Hutchison and his crew in different waters. Opening track "Acts of Man" immediately disarms. More readily apparent than this new emotional maturity is how Frightened Rabbit has really shined up as a band. Earlier records had a certain cozy, shambolic feel: acoustic and electric guitars pushed along by dusty organ moans and piano lines that sounded plunked out in a dimly-lit barroom.
The Scottish indie band put all they got into their fourth album, but does it pay off? By Adam Silverstein. Their hubbub may be broader and ambitious but it's still gritty, though it's Hutchison's charged real talk that makes this album so compelling. On 'Dead Now', via unexpectedly jivey guitar lines, he yells "There is something wrong with me" like Selkirk's own proudly unburdening Walter White.
Pedestrian Verse (LP, Album). Pedestrian Verse (CD, Album, Sli + DVD-V, NTSC). Pedestrian Verse (LP, Gat + 7", S/Sided, Etch, Ltd).
By: Frightened Rabbit (2013, Rock). More albums from Frightened Rabbit: Quietly Now! by Frightened Rabbit. The Midnight Organ Fight by Frightened Rabbit. The Winter Of Mixed Drinks by Frightened Rabbit. Painting Of A Panic Attack by Frightened Rabbit. Sing The Greys by Frightened Rabbit. View all albums . Pedestrian Verse. By: Frightened Rabbit (2013, Rock).
Artists Frightened Rabbit Pedestrian Verse. This album has an average beat per minute of 125 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 90/174 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Pedestrian Verse. BPM Profile Pedestrian Verse. Album starts at 94BPM, ends at 106BPM (+12), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Frightened Rabbit. Painting of a Panic Attack.
|CD-1||Acts Of Man|
|CD-5||Late March, Death March|
|CD-12||The Oil Slick|
|mp3-3||Fuck This Place|
NotesEnhanced CD links to Bonus Content on bands website - 2 videos and 4 downloadable mp3 tracks.
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