TVD Ticket Giveaway: Frightened Rabbit at the 9:30 Club, 10/29

Scottish quintet Frightened Rabbit is an indie rock band whose work comes with ample amounts of earthy production and atmosphere heavy with spacious reverberations.

Frightened Rabbit’s sound is deep in matured emotions and forlorn chord progressions. Delicate picked guitar bounces off powerful drums and vulnerable lyricism, providing Frightened Rabbit with a modern indie rock sound souped up in post rock afterbirth.

Frightened Rabbit will be coming to the 9:30 Club on October 29 for both an early show (6pm) and a late show (10pm). Augustines will be opening, and we have tickets to give away to the late show.

This year saw the release of their fourth album Pedestrian Verse. Though the band began as a Scott Hutchison solo project, the years have seen the effort expand and morph into a full group. Pedestrian Verse defines this current momentum, being the first collection of songs in which the compositions did not rest solely on Hutchison.

The results bring to light a wider range of sound that offers an intense focus for a rounded listening exerperience.

Augustines have a similar aged indie rock style, with song composition at the forefront of their aesthetic. The band is touring amidst preparing their second full-length, Augustines, due for release sometime next year.

As for winning tickets and how do you do it: well, in the comments below, tell us your favorite band that started as a solo act and slowly changed into a group project.

Because Yellow House is an amazing record, I’m going to go with Grizzly Bear.

One winner for the LATE SHOW will be decided on Friday, 10/25. Tickets are still available.

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