I’m a bit slow and possibly daft – Frightened Rabbit!

On 26 December, 2008 by slowcoustic

So as this post title goes, I am a bit slow and possibly daft (emphasis on the “daft”) as I have just started listening to the newest Frightened Rabbit album – “The Midnight Organ Fight”.  Did I mention I might be daft?

I have been listening since mid last week or so and I have to say, besides the album sounding very much indie and very much Scottish, it is most definitely a great ride.  I don’t really have anything to say about them as they are more or less a new band to me, despite what many other bloggers have been saying. I am just a bit daft and slow apparently to listen to my own brethren and am trying to catch up!  While Frightened Rabbit are not the poster band for “Slowcoustic”, I can recognize a great album when I hear it, and this is one (so far – hehe).

So, just to make sure we are all on the same page, I am heading back to listen now, but to ensure you don’t all have the same epiphany as I recently had until next week/year – here are a few tracks.  At least we will all be able to say we were listening in 2008…technically.

~Smansmith
The Midnight Organ FightFrightened Rabbit
“The Modern Leper” (mp3)
from “The Midnight Organ Fight”
(Fat Cat Records)


Frightened Rabbit
“Head Rolls Off” (mp3)
from “The Midnight Organ Fight”
(Fat Cat Records)

More On This Album

….and bonus…Liver! Lung! FR!Frightened Rabbit
“Old Old Fashioned” (mp3)
from “Liver! Lung! FR!”
(Fat Cat Records)

More On This Album

2 Responses to “I’m a bit slow and possibly daft – Frightened Rabbit!”

  • There’s a lot of music out there, I wouldn’t worry about it too much. Nice to see you on board though!

  • slowcoustic

    I know!! Sometimes even stuff I like gets pushed to the back burner as there is just soo much to listen too. Does this mean I am getting scared about me “Best of 2008″ post….maybe a little….. ;-)

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