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Frightened Rabbit: Pedestrian VersePedestrian Verse (2013)
Reviewer Rating: 4.5
Contributed by: sarahbochatsarahbochat
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Pedestrian Verse was released the first week in February. I am writing this the second week in May. With a solid three-month resting period, this review is not one of initial reactions or comparisons to Frightened Rabbit’s previous efforts. With slightly more perspective, this review is one of a developed appreciation and a deeper understanding of just how textured this record is. In a word, Pedestrian Verse is balanced – and done so well that listening to a 26 minute pop-punk venture about boozing and losing now has a sour flavor. “Scottish indie rock” may not cross the Punknews reader’s radar all too often, but music with a marked intelligence and maturity could do us all some good (see the reference to Bulver in “Late March, Death March").
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