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Throwback Thursday!

I guess Im just a sucker for the accent, but I LOVE this album. I love the simple, sweet lyrics and the catchy melodies. I listened to this album enough to wear it out. 46 more words

Five alternative items of Scottish band merchandise

I’ve always seen band merchandise as a bit like marmite, some people love it and some hate it. Personally, I think that when bands have a merchandise section on their website, they need to go a bit further than just having their album and a couple of t-shirts available. 377 more words

Best songs in my head this year: Owl John "Los Angeles, be kind"

The second song in my “best songs in my head this year” series is “Los Angeles, be kind”, a single off the self-title debut album by Frightened Rabbit frontman Scott Hutchison’s solo project. 284 more words

Indie

3.1 Albums

It’s that impossible question. The one no one knows how to answer. What’s your favourite….? I usually hate these sort of questions because it’s usually impossible to narrow down to that one that’s your favourite. 735 more words

Lifestyle

Frightened Rabbit - Quietly Now!

01 – The Modern Leper
02 – I Feel Better
03 – Good Arms vs Bad Arms
04 – Fast Blood
05 – Old Old Fashioned… 23 more words

Frightened Rabbit

Oh captain, my captain

Hey gang!

What a crazy few days. I’ve been at the SNP conference, since I’m officially the political editor for the Scottish Statesman now. We’re still just a baby publication and I’ve never been to an event like that so it was a huge learning curve. 196 more words

Life

What I Listened To When I Listened To Music This Week - The Twilight Sad - Nobody Wants To Be Here And Nobody Wants To Leave

Success is having to worry about every damn thing in the world, except money.

Jonny Cash said that, Woody Allen said 80% of success is showing up, Kevin Spacey likened it to death,  Frank Sinatra said massive success was the best revenge, whilst Barbara Streisand claimed it was having ten honeydew melons and only eating the top of each slice.

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