Scottish indie rockers Frightened Rabbit are enjoying a wave of buzz thanks to their great new album, Painting for a Panic Attack, and have just announced a full run of U.S. dates in support, which returns them to Nashville for the first time in three years Sept. 26 for a performance at Marathon Music Works, their largest Music City headliner to date. Formed in 2003, the group spent their early years honing their sound and cultivating a loyal following in Europe and abroad, before enjoying breakthrough success with their 2013 major label debut Pedestrian Verse. Given their recent alt radio attention, and the fact that local-ish breakout singer Julien Baker has been tapped to support, we wouldn’t be surprised to see tickets go fast. Grab yours right here!
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