Watch The Twilight Sad cover Frightened Rabbit’s ‘Fast Blood’

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“Let’s try and get this together”

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The Twilight Sad covered Frightened Rabbit’s ‘Fast Blood’ at their gig in Paisley last night (October 15) – watch the footage below.

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The band was playing a set in Spiegeltent as part of the Spree music and arts festival.

  • Read more: “We will miss her forever” – Frightened Rabbit celebrates the beauty of his close friend and colleague Scott Hutchison

“We decided we wanted to cover one of our friends’ songs,” frontman James Graham said before the performance. “I know most of you will know this, so please, please help me. Let’s try and get through this together.”

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The past few days have been full of ups and downs…both good and bad. Getting back from there was not as easy as I thought. But we did it, we did it together. I want everyone to know how lucky we feel to be back in everything we do [love] in front of the people [love], the band wrote on Twitter after the show.

Watch the performance of ‘Fast Blood’ below:

Since the death of Frightened Rabbit frontman Scott Hutchison in 2018, The Twilight Sad has covered many of the band’s songs on live shows, most notably “Keep Yourself Warm” while they performed a version of “Floating in the Fourth”. has also contributed. Tribute album to ‘The Midnight Organ Fight’ released in 2019.

talking to Granthshala In 2019, Graham discussed how covering Frightened Rabbit’s lyrics helped him process Hutchison’s death. “When Scott passed away, there were so many messages, memories, and stories about him on the Internet. They were beautiful things, and people said so many amazing things about Scott, but I couldn’t do it.

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“I went into my shell about it and was really protective of Scott’s memories. They were my memories and nobody’s. Everyone wants to share and that’s a beautiful thing too — but for me, I don’t.” My way of expressing my feelings about it was singing his songs. It’s partly selfish of us because it’s still a very hard job, and in a weird way it feels like I’m on my own every night. Talking to a friend.”

earlier this week, small changesThe charity, founded in memory of Frightened Rabbit frontman Scott Hutchison, launched a new mental health fund.

The charity aims to improve the mental health of children and young people, with Hutchison’s family explaining that they hope to continue “the positive impact her art and music have had on so many people”.

Tiny Changes has now announced a national small grant program, the Make Tiny Change Fund. According to the organization’s official website, it “supports innovative ideas up to £10,000”.

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