Frightened Rabbit have announced a tour of the US and UK.
The Selkirk band have been together since 2003, with the line-up currently featuring brothers Scott and Grant Hutchison, Billy Kennedy, Andy Monaghan and Simon Liddell.
Frightened Rabbit have so far released five albums, with 2013’s “Pedestrian Verse” seeing them through to the UK Albums Chart top ten for the first time.
They released their most recent album, titled “Painting of a Panic Attack” in April, featuring singles “Get Out” and “Woke Up Hurting”.
Now, in support of their fifth album, the band have announced they’ll be taking their new music out on a tour of the US and UK.
The tour begins with the US leg on 8th September with a date at Slowdown in Omaha, NE, continuing until 30th September in Austin, Texas. The tour’s UK run begins on 30th November at Manchester Cathedral, with tour coming to an end on 12th December at Riverside in Newcastle.
Announcing the tour new on Facebook, the Scottish band teased: “We are aware that this tour is lacking in Scottish dates, but we would NEVER neglect the motherland. We have something up our sleeve so keep your eyes peeled for an announcement very soon.”
Tickets for the tour go on sale this Friday. Check out the full list of tour dates below:
- US Dates
- 8th September: Slowdown, Omaha, NE
- 9th September: Granada Theater, Lawrence, KS
- 10th September: LouFest, St. Louis, MO
- 12th September: Neighborhood Theatre, Charlotte, NC
- 13th September: Rams Head Live, Baltimore, MD
- 14th September: Jefferson Theater, Charlottesville, VA
- 16th September: Majestic Theatre, Madison, WI
- 17th September: Festival Palomino, Shakopee, MN
- 19th September: Beachland Ballroom, Cleveland, OH
- 20th September: Pyramid Scheme, Grand Rapids, MI
- 22nd September: Pygmalion Music Festival, Champaign-Urbana, IL
- 24th September: MidPoint Music Festival, Cincinnati, OH
- 26th September: Marathon Music Works, Nasville, TN
- 27th September: Saturn, Birmingham, AL
- 30th September: Austin City Limits, Austin, TX
- UK Dates
- 30th November: Cathedral, Manchester
- 1st December: Library, Birmingham
- 2nd December: Stylus, Leeds
- 3rd December: Arts Centre, Norwich
- 5th December: Concorde 2, Brighton
- 6th December: Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth
- 7th December: roundhouse, London
- 9th December: Trinity, Bristol
- 10th December: Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
- 12th December: Riverside, Newcastle