Frightened Rabbit tackle young love in ‘Get Out’ video – watch

Taken from the band's upcoming album 'Painting of a Panic Attack'

Frightened Rabbit have released their video for ‘Get Out’, the second track from their upcoming album.

‘Get Out’ is taken from the band’s upcoming fifth studio album, ‘Painting of a Panic Attack’, which will be released on April 8. The new track follows ‘Death Dream’, which was released earlier this year.

Lead singer, Scott Hutchison, comments about their new track: “‘Get Out’ is about that person to whom you are completely addicted. They are a drug, and the one that you don’t feel like quitting. They live in your blood and will not leave.


“It’s wonderful, yet terribly unhealthy. I think Greg’s video reflects this sentiment beautifully, the literal push and pull of an intense but destructive love.”

‘Painting of a Panic Attack’ was produced by The National’s Aaron Dessner and follows the Scottish band’s 2013 album ‘Pedestrian Verse’.

Frightened Rabbit return to the UK in April for a trio of dates, their first live shows here since 2014.

Manchester, Academy 2 (April 12)
Dunfermline, Alhambra (April 13)
London, St John at Hackney Church (April 14)

‘Painting Of A Panic Attack’ tracklist”


‘Death Dream’
‘Get Out’
‘I Wish I Was Sober’
‘Woke Up Hurting’
‘Little Drum’
‘Still Want to Be Here’
‘An Otherwise Disappointing Life’
‘Blood Under the Bridge’
‘400 Bones’
‘Lump Street’
‘Die Like a Rich Boy’

You May Like