Come And Have Tea In My Woodpile House

Frightened Rabbit are a band who do all the modern things very well. The band emails and diaries are funny, endearing, informational, and generally make them come across as a nice bunch of lads genuinely bemused by the success they have stumbled upon. They do small gigs in small London venues for their fans, then sell out the big venues too. They use Soundcloud well, they’ve got good PR people, and even though they have signed to a major label they don’t seem to be doing the whole heavy-handed lawyer Mugabe blog shutdown behaviour that’s so plagued US counterparts Band Of Horses.

Which is all very nice. But of course, the main thing is the music, and again they’ve come up trumps with most recent album Pedestrian Verse1, and now EP “The Woodpile”, from which new track “Radio Silence” stems:

The EP can be pre-ordered here. Which is nice. And there’s a rapidly selling out tour too, which is nice, too.

MP3: Swim Until You Can’t See Land by Frightened Rabbit (any excuse to post this)

1 Ok, so it’s no Midnight Organ Fight, but you can’t imagine that lightning would have struck twice there.

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  1. The Midnight Organ Fight (Frightened Rabbit) – 2.93 stars (70.3%) | The Album List
  2. The Midnight Organ Fight (Frightened Rabbit) - 2.93 stars (70.3%) - The Album List : The Album List

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