October 14, 2010 0:45

Frightened Rabbit announce 'The Winter Of Mixed Drinks' singles boxset

The limited edition collection will be released in November

Frightened Rabbit announce 'The Winter Of Mixed Drinks' singles boxset

Photo: Danny North/NME

Frightened Rabbit have announced details of an upcoming singles boxset.

The collection will feature all of their singles from this year's 'The Winter Of Mixed Drinks' on seven-inch vinyl.

Limited to 500 copies, the compilation includes the singles 'Swim Until You Can't See Land', 'Nothing Like You', 'Living In Colour', plus the forthcoming 'The Loneliness & The Scream'.

Available via Fat-Cat.co.uk, the boxset is due out in November to coincide with their upcoming tour of the UK and Ireland.

Meanwhile, the group will release their new single 'The Loneliness & The Scream' in the UK on November 22 and in North America on December 8.

The B-side to the single is a cover of Elton John and Kiki Dee's 'Don't Go Breaking My Heart', with frontman Scott Hutchison performing a duet with The Hold Steady's Craig Finn.

Frightened Rabbit are currently on a tour of North America, which ends in Chicago on November 4.




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