Frightened Rabbit release documentary on the making of Tiny Changes

Frightened Rabbit playing London’s St John at Hackney Church. April 2016. (Photo: Alberto Pezzali for Live4ever Media)

Frightened Rabbit playing London’s St John at Hackney Church. April 2016. (Photo: Alberto Pezzali for Live4ever Media)

Frightened Rabbit have released a documentary on the making of Tiny Changes, the recently released, re-recorded version of their Midnight Organ Fight album.

Featuring interviews with the many guests who lent a hand in the album’s reimagining, the doc also reflects on the original record’s creation over a decade ago, something of course made more poignant by the untimely passing of Scott Hutchison in 2018.

“To celebrate the 10 year anniversary/birthday of The Midnight Organ Fight we wanted to avoid the usual approach of just repressing the vinyl, or rereleasing the same record with different artwork or putting out demos that were never meant to be heard by anyone other than the band and maybe our parents,” the band have explained.

“We came up with the idea of asking some pals to record their own interpretations of the songs on the album. It felt like a good way to celebrate everyone who had been a part of the last ten years of the band and we didn’t have to do any work ourselves!”

“Every single person on Tiny Changes has been a part of our lives and Frightened Rabbit in a special way over the last ten years. We’ve shared studios, vans, bars, dressing rooms and probably even underwear with some of these people and that’s why this record is so special to us.”

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