Frightened Rabbit Release New Music Video for ‘The Woodpile’


Story by Cat Badra

Watch Scottish indie rockers Frightened Rabbit’s new music video for ‘The Woodpile’

Frightened Rabbit are gearing up to release their fourth full-length album, “Pedestrian Verse,” out Feb. 5, and in advance of the release, the Scottish indie rock band has released their new music video for the track, “The Woodpile.”

“The Woodpile” was filmed in New York City and offers footage of a plethora of random people observing the site of some kind of weird, mystery situation, which is out of the viewers’ sight until the end of the video. We won’t give away the ending, but you can watch it all unfold below.

U.S. fans of Frightened Rabbit will get to check the band out on their spring 2013 North American tour, which will launch on March 8 in Seattle and take the gents through a handful of lucky cities before wrapping up April 13 in Dallas. The jaunt is in support of “Pedestrian Verse,” which is the follow-up to Frightened Rabbit’s 2010 release, “The Winter of Mixed Drinks.” Expect to hear plenty of new tunes on tour. Find dates for the full trek via the band’s official website.

Watch Frightened Rabbit’s Music Video for ‘The Woodpile’:



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