Last night, Brooklyn based White Rabbits performed the opening track Percussion Gun from the 2009 album It’s Frightening, on the Late Show with David Letterman.  Their brilliance shined live directly through the television screen, cleverly showcasing the six piece band’s perfect blend. Driven by the White Rabbit’s use of heavy hitting double drummers, and a gritty guitarist played over the deep basslines, smashing every single scattered piano key that pressed up towards the dual angst ridden vocals, riding deep inside each painful harmony.

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