Frightened Rabbit's US tour in support of their latest album Painting of a Panic Attack is dwindling to its end, but not before a raucous night in a full house at The Fonda Theatre. It was ten years ago that their first album Sing the Greys was released. Although frontman Scott Hutchinson mentioned it as “not a very good album,” the Scottish band brought the best from their past albums and made the evening memorable. For the first song of the encore, Hutchinson played a solo acoustic “Die Like a Rich Boy” before being joined by the band to rock out the night." /> L.A. Record

FRIGHTENED RABBIT + CAVEMAN @ THE FONDA THEATRE

May 26th, 2016 | Photos

frightenedrabbit_5-24-16_016 Photos and recap by Chad Elder

Frightened Rabbit’s US tour in support of their latest album Painting of a Panic Attack is dwindling to its end, but not before a raucous night in a full house at The Fonda Theatre. It was ten years ago that their first album Sing the Greys was released. Although frontman Scott Hutchinson mentioned it as “not a very good album,” the Scottish band brought the best from their past albums and made the evening memorable. For the first song of the encore, Hutchinson played a solo acoustic “Die Like a Rich Boy” before being joined by the band to rock out the night.

It’s a band like Frightened Rabbit that not only produces quality music, but also raised $6K at their North Carolina show by holding an auction to support Equality NC.

Brooklyn’s Caveman returned after a long absence and brought some new tunes in the form of an upcoming album Otero War due June 17th on Fat Possum Records. After finishing off their tour with Frightened Rabbit, they will be playing a variety of festivals throughout the country, and no doubt will be returning to LA soon.

Setlist:
Get Out
Holy
The Modern Leper
Woke Up Hurting
I Wish I Was Sober
Living in Colour
Head Rolls Off
Things
Break
Fast Blood
State Hospital
Lump Street
The Oil Slick
Nothing Like You
FootShooter
Old Old Fashioned
Square 9
Keep Yourself Warm
Encore:
Die Like A Rich Boy
The Woodpile
The Loneliness and the Scream