Welcome to the new Flavorpill

Discover and share great events with your friends

Sign Up Log In

Soulful Scottish indie rockers are at the top of their soulful game

Editor Pick
Editor Pick

Selkirk, Scotland's Frightened Rabbit have spent a lot of time supporting other bands, but on their new album, The Midnight Organ Fight, they finally come into their own. The group's music used to drift and float, but the latest LP shows an appreciation for the anthem, laying out more grandiose indie pop in the vein of the Shins and Arcade Fire, with hints of acts like the Dodos, Tokyo Police Club, and more populist rockers like the Killers. The band isn't ready for major radio airplay yet, but maybe that's a good thing; by keeping the guitars out of the garage-rock gutter, Frightened Rabbit avoid the late-1960s pastiche practiced by more mainstream UK acts.

Cooper Berkmoyer Editor

Frightened Rabbit

Monday, September 30, 2013 9pm

The Warfield (982 Market Street, San Francisco, CA) Map it $25

  • Small_a252b9ab82466d3c663ab48a44dfa345
  • Small_18db4238776cd4e25f8c9aafd5569ecf
  • 82bde6d2e4f566bd981acfe1261b56b2?s=50
Small_a252b9ab82466d3c663ab48a44dfa345 Added By Cooper Berkmoyer
Event Sponsors