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Watch: Frightened Rabbit - “I Wish I Was Sober” Video

Painting of a Panic Attack Out Now via Canvasback/Atlantic

Nov 11, 2016 Frightened Rabbit
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Scotland’s Frightened Rabbit released their new album, Painting of a Panic Attack, earlier this year via Canvasback Music/Atlantic. Now the band has shared a video for “I Wish I Was Sober.” It features a woman in her car on a rooftop parking lot as a group of people dressed in white try to comfort and help her. It’s likely an allegory for addition and recovery. Watch it below.

Aaron Dessner of The National produced Painting of a Panic Attack. Previously we were treated to the album’s first single, “Death Dream,” a video for “Get Out,” and the audio for “Lump Street.”

Read our interview with Frightened Rabbit from earlier this year.


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