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Frightened Rabbit Recommends [Listen]

by Eden Keane, 05 February 2013

Billy Kennedy from Frightened Rabbit shares his current playlist with The 405, featuring Dutch Uncles, Foals and Death Cab for Cutie.

  • Tracklist:
  • Biffy Clyro - 'Biblical'
  • Villagers - 'Nothing Arrived'
  • Foals - 'My Number'
  • Dutch Uncles - 'Fester'
  • Chvrches - 'Lies'
  • The Phantom Band - 'Folk Song Oblivion'
  • Death Cab For Cutie - 'Brothers On a Hotel Bed'
  • Bruce Springsteen - 'I'm Going Down'
  • M83 - 'Midnight City'
  • Bill Wells & Aidan Moffat - 'The Copper Top'

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