Pedestrian Verse (Deluxe Edition)
Download links and information about Pedestrian Verse (Deluxe Edition) by Frightened Rabbit. This album was released in 2013 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 01:22:07 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative|
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|1.||Acts of Man||4:53|
|5.||Late March, Death March||4:02|
|12.||The Oil Slick||4:39|
|13.||If You Were Me||2:55|
|14.||Snow Still Melting||3:27|
|16.||Here (The Highlands Film)||17:20|
|17.||There (The US Tour Documentary)||12:29|
The fourth full-length by Frightened Rabbit is a powerhouse of shambolic style. Boasting a bright, well-balanced, and textured sound, it staggers from quiet moments to catchy indie rock to brief vignettes bookended by full-bodied songs with big choruses. Despite the self-deprecating title, the lyrics are keen and expressive and full of confessions cloaked in imagery, a specialty of singer Scott Hutchinson. Dark moods and foul deeds abound, yet somehow never drag the songs down into a mire of maudlin expression. Instead, we get catharsis, escape, and honest assessments of emotional upheaval delivered in a honeyed Scottish accent. The band’s rich sound includes layers of horns, strings, piano, and organ balanced by booming drums and brittle guitar. Throughout the album, Hutchison freely points out his own faults, both in his character and his art—but listeners may have a hard time finding the latter among these brilliant gems.