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4 August 2014
Atlantic Records

By: Meghan Kearney

What is one to expect from the surprising exit of Frightened Rabbit’s beloved frontman Scott Hutchison from his steadfast homeland of Scotland? 603 more words

Album Reviews

#TBT Best albums of 2010: #15: Frightened Rabbit to #11: Vampire Weekend

Week number three of this new Throwback Thursday series I’ve started up here on Music Insanity! brings us to the doorstep of the top ten of my favourite albums list of 2010. 1,106 more words


Live Review: Owl John, Oslo, Hackney

Owl John stuns a packed crowd of devoted fans with a career-spanning show at Oslo in Hackney.

Following a busy schedule which included a tour of California and the release of debut self-titled album, … 572 more words

Music Reviews

OWL JOHN - " Red Hand "


The frontman of the band Frightenend Rabbit started as a project that he described was for the good of the band, An outlet to pursue some ideas away from the band constraints and return fresh from the studio, The Owl John album is out this week a record that will suprise the Rabbits faithful A slighly darker sound.


Owl John - Los Angeles, Be Kind

Owl John is the solo project of Frightened Rabbit’s guitarist and vocalist, Scott Hutchinson.

Recorded on the Isle of Mull earlier this year, the self-titled debut album is filled with incredible tracks that tell a dark, bitter view to topics such as romance, fame and even himself. 56 more words

Owl John gig at Oslo in Hackney

Last night I saw Owl John (Scott Hutchison from Frightened Rabbit) play a solo show in a venue called Oslo in Hackney.

I have to admit – and I hardly dare say it – that I had never consciously heard a Frightened Rabbit song before but I just tagged along with a friend who’s music taste I largely trust. 153 more words


What I Listened To When I Listened To Music This Week - Owl John - Owl John

They’re calling it the “best games ever” but as the curtain drew on Glasgow 2014, something rankled with me. Glasgow has re-invented itself, from the depth of deep-fried everything and heroin, the city has emerged as one of Britain’s cultural capitals, a spectacular city for art, museums and music, so why exactly did the closing ceremony feature Deacon Blue, Lulu and Kylie Minogue? 1,235 more words