Canvasback Music/Atlantic recording group Frightened Rabbit has announced today’s release of . The band’s fifth studio album, produced by Aaron Dessner of The National, is available now in stores, DSPS & streaming partners. Watch Scott Hutchison give an in-depth look into the making and meaning of Painting of a Panic Attack, filmed in an abandoned German military hospital just outside Berlin here: https://youtu.be/fikZCeTqUP4. Frightened Rabbit will be performing lead single “Get Out” on CBS’ “The Late Late Show with James Corden” on May 23 (check local listings).
Frightened Rabbit celebrate the release of Painting of a Panic Attack with an extensive North American headline tour; their first stateside tour in nearly three years. The cross-country trek kicks off on April 21st at the Wonder Ballroom in Portland, OR. Highlights include stops at New York City’s Terminal 5 on May 5th and Los Angeles’ Fonda Theatre on May 24th as well as a performance at Atlanta’s Shaky Knees Music Festival on May 15th and Sasquatch! on May 29th (full itinerary below). For more information, please visit: .
“Get Out,” which already has over half a million streams on Spotify, is garnering generous support from tastemaker stations across the country as the #2 most added song at Triple A radio with 34 stations on board. The song is currently Top 30, which is the band’s highest radio chart position to date. The song’s emotionally provocative, companion video recently made its premiere on NPR’s All Songs Considered and received a raft of praise from influential blogs, including Pitchfork, Stereogum, and Consequence of Sound among others. The video – beautifully shot in Kiev, the capital city of Ukraine –can be viewed at the band’s official YouTube channel ().