MIDNIGHT ORGAN FIGHT

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Well worth a listen.Following on just six months after their critically acclaimed, `Sing The Greys EP, The Midnight Organ Fight will hopefully see Frightened Rabbit making as much of a mark on the UK music scene as they have done back in their native bands unique twist of rough-edged, unpolished indie rock and heartfelt, warbling Scottish vocals are bound to win them fans as loose guitars jangle against a tight pulse as the excellent `Good Arms Vs Bad Arms zips through a volley of percussion, before cascading into a triumphant lo-fi pop is an album that delivers a homely charm, through fizzing backing tracks and small, poetic cinematic moments, all the time accompanied by drums, bass, guitar, and straightforward washes of keyboard.

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Looking desperately for something that might restore the tarnishing The Fratellis have inflicted to the cities musical reputation I bought Frightened Rabbits The Midnight Organ Fight with high hopes given some of the things Id heard about it; sadly the accolades are ill fairness, Frightened Rabbit arent cookie cutter garbage a la The Fratellis, they have attempted something verging on unique and personal, however when it comes down to it the song writing is hardly anything special, the production is TERRIBLE (no producer is listed in the credits which tells you something) and the bands sound, particularly Scott Hutchinsons voice, is wearing and ultimately conclusion then, Frightened Rabbit might not be the worst band around at the moment but on this evidence they are a long, long way from being anything special.

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