Video of the Moment #2441: Frightened Rabbit

By on Monday, 25th September 2017 at 6:00 pm
 

Last year, Scottish alt-rockers Frightened Rabbit unveiled their latest long player. Significant touring followed ‘Painting of a Panic Attack’, their fifth, released in April 2017. This month saw the unveiling of a new EP, ‘Recorded Songs’, a series of tunes that were recorded during the making of that album. The EP includes a collaboration with American singer/songwriter Julien Baker for ‘How It Gets In’. The Scots have revealed a new promo video from the new EP for ‘Roadless’, animated by fellow Scot Ross Hogg using film clips. As Scott Hutchison’s sad voice intones, “I’ve been running on petrol fumes”, there’s a poignancy to the visuals that match well with one of Frightened Rabbit’s most recently released songs. Watch the video for ‘Roadless’ below. Both ‘Painting of a Panic Attack’ and the ‘Recorded Songs’ EP are out now on Atlantic Records. For more on the Scottish band right here on TGTF, use this link.

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