First & Last: Scott Hutchison of Frightened Rabbit

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  • 12 June 2013
First & Last: Scott Hutchison

The folk-rock musician talks Vanilla Ice, dancing on the ceiling and Daenerys Targaryen

First record you ever bought
Vanilla Ice’s To The Extreme.

Last lie you told
‘I like your band, man.’

First movie you ever went on a date to
Eyes Wide Shut. Baaaad choice.

Last book you read
The Manchurian Candidate by Richard Condon.

First great piece of advice you were given
Don’t put that in your mouth.

Last time you were star struck
When I met Laura Dern in New York. Big FR fan apparently.

First song you’ll sing at karaoke
Dancing On The Ceiling’ by big Lionel.

Last person you fantasized about
Daenerys Targaryen.

First object you’d save from your burning home
One Direction mug.

Last funny thing you saw online
I’ve been watching Portlandia online recently, funniest thing I’ve seen in ages.

First three words your friends would use to describe you
Good at sitting.

Last time someone criticised your work
I met a guy outside a pub who started talking to me about how much he hates ‘that whiny band Frightened Rabbit.’ I just agreed.

First word you spoke

Dada (I was always into art).

Last crime you committed
Did a bit of casual jaywalking in Australia recently. I felt so alive.

First song at your (potential) wedding
The theme tune from Homes Under The Hammer.

Last song at your funeral
Anything by Max Richter.

First thing you think of when you wake up in the morning

The film Coneheads.

Last thing you think of before you go to sleep
Daenerys Targaryen.

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