Photo Recap: Frightened Rabbit headlined a sold-out Union Transfer - WXPN | Vinyl At Heart

Photos by Rachel Barrish |

Scottish indie rockers Frightened Rabbit headlined a sold-out Union Transfer on Saturday night, touring in support of their new LP Pedestrian Verse. With an impressive light show and an interactive rapport with the crowd (singer-guitarist Scott Hutchison asked the crowd to hold a G note en masse as they led into “Good Arms vs. Bad Arms”), the band raced through a 20-song setlist. Hutchinson performed “Scottish Winds” and “Poke” solo acoustic, while Canadian openers Wintersleep joined the band onstage for the closing song “The Loneliness and the Scream.” Check out scenes from the show in the photo gallery above and see the set list after the jump.

The Modern Leper
Old Old Fashioned
Late March, Death March
December’s Traditions
Nothing LIke You
Backyard Skulls
Head Rolls Off
The Oil Slick
My Backwards Walk
State Hospital
Scottish Winds
Good Arms vs. Bad Arms
Swim Until You Can’t See Land
Acts of Man

The Woodpile
Living in Colour
The Twist
The Loneliness and the Scream

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