The Scottish band made a triumphant return to San Diego
Our new podcast includes tracks by Céu, Courtney Barnett, Frightened Rabbit, and more
The Frightened Rabbit singer played an intimate, hilarious show in San Diego
We talked to the band’s drummer before their recent show
I turned twenty-one in prison doing life without parole
The band will play the Belly Up in March
The Scottish band put on an alternately riveting and hilarious show
I just want back in your head
Pass me a coat, I’m not afraid to leave
Scott Hutchison records a new song for a good cause
All you get is a mouthful of blood
The American and Scottish bands treated UCSD to a transatlantic show
The San Diego band plays the Tin Can Ale House tonight.
Win tickets to see the two bands at House of Blues on 10/14.
The Glasgow five-piece return to their favorite venue.
Our picks for the must-see bands at this year’s Coachella festival.
Does anyone remember an album called Funeral, released by a then-unknown band called Arcade Fire? I know you’re racking your brain to remember.
Frightened Rabbit, the lads responsible for Owl&Bear’s 2008 Album of the Year, are back with a new video.
The marriage of indie rock and corporate advertising can be a strange coupling. Of Montreal, Modest Mouse, and The New Pornographers are just a few bands that have had their tunes co-opted to hock steaks, cars, and beer. If you watched any television last year, chances are you caught the commercial for the Saturn Outlook, […]
Owl and Bear writers’ favorite albums of 2008.
Scotland’s Frightened Rabbit played another excellent show in San Diego on November 5, less than six months from their previous date at the Casbah.
It is often said that you don’t know what you have until it’s gone. But sometimes it goes the other way, and you don’t know what you’ve been missing until you finally get it. Certain bands strike a chord because they fill a void that the fan hadn’t even realized was there. Whether it be […]