After announcing the upcoming release of their fifth studio album Painting Of A Panic Attack earlier this year, Scottish alternative rock group Frightened Rabbit have released their latest single “Get Out”, a beautiful and passionate song about the destructive implications of love and obsession.
The success of their fourth album 2013’s Pedestrian Verse had lead singer and founding member Scott Hutchison wanted to return to his original form of songwriting – as a solo artist, and working on his own. So the following year he recorded Owl John, collaborating with Frightened Rabbit touring members for the recording. Although it is apparent Hutchison feels he works best alone, “Get Out” suggests a powerful dynamic only a full band could produce, leaving fans excited for Painting Of…
Sweeping guitar lines and minimalist percussion give the new track a contemporary feel, before crashing into a powerful chorus that refuses to lose touch with their older work as the band clearly evolves into something bigger. To go along with the captivating single, the music video illustrates the song’s thematic concept. Two young girls who fall in love perform the choreographed battle between affection and destruction in front of the vast wasteland of Kiev as Hutchison repeats “Get out of my heart / She won’t, she won’t”.
Enjoy the video below and visit their website for more information on the upcoming release and tour dates.