Video of the Moment #2222: Frightened Rabbit

By on Monday, 14th November 2016 at 6:00 pm
 

Scottish band Frightened Rabbit released their fifth album ‘Painting of a Panic Attack’ back in April. You can read Carrie’s review of the long player through this link. ‘I Wish I Was Sober’ is exactly what it sounds like, with Scott Hutchison singing the sad lyrics, “forgive me, I can’t see straight” to express the frustration of someone battling a demon without a face but insidious and affecting all parts of his life.

The promo video for the single shows a woman whose troubles take over her thoughts, represented by people who block her path and lift her off the ground, literally. Watch the video for ‘I Wish I Was Sober’ below. Catch Frightened Rabbit live when they embark on a new tour of England, starting on the 30th of this month at Manchester Cathedral; all the dates are listed here.

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ki2FdTDhx7E[/youtube]

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