FRIGHTENED RABBIT – ” Pedestrian Verse ” 10th Anniversary Edition

Posted: January 19, 2023 in MUSIC

And so it has arrived. 2023. And just like that our fourth album, “Pedestrian Verse” turns 10 years old. This has always been the album we were most proud of as a band. It was written collectively and I think was the best and most mature example of Scott’s songwriting.

To celebrate the 10th Anniversary of Frightened Rabbit’s critically acclaimed Pedestrian Verse album, this special edition release contains the original 12 track album with an additional 11 bonus tracks.

“Pedestrian Verse” was the bands fourth studio album by Frightened Rabbit, originally released on 4th February 2013 on 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. Partly inspired by a break-up, the album features increased song writing contributions from each member of the band

On marking the 10 year Anniversary of the album, we wanted people to see his lyric notes and get an insight in to how he works on a song from start to finish. We’re immensely proud of this album and will be forever grateful for where it took us.

Disc 1 is pressed on clear vinyl and disc 2 is pressed on black vinyl.
The records are housed in a gatefold outer sleeve with a gold foiled motif on the front cover and printed inner sleeves containing album lyrics. Celebrate its 10-year birthday with us and raise a dram. It’s appropriate to drink at a 10th birthday party right?!

“Pedestrian Verse” 10th Anniversary Edition is out 17th March

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