Late Frightened Rabbit Frontman Lives on in Scottish Mural

The painting can be seen in a gallery in East Glasgow

A new mural has been painted in Glasgow, Scottland paying tribute to the late singer of Frightened Rabbit, Scott Hutchinson.

The mural, created by Scottish artist Michael Corr, was originally on display at Glasgow’s Riverside Museum. As of yesterday, the painting has been moved due to the buildings’ ongoing construction. The piece is now available for viewing at Barras Art and Design in East Glasgow, at the Barras Courtyard.

Corr said on Instagram that he wanted to create something to pay tribute to Hutchinson and Frightened Rabbit.

Hutchinson was reported missing earlier this month after he didn’t return to his hotel. Days later, Scottish police confirmed that the body found at Port Edgar, near the location of the hotel, was that of Hutchinson.

Many musicians have expressed their condolences for the late singer, such as Aaron and Bryce Dessner of The National, and Alex Kapranos from Franz Ferdinand.

The mural will be available for viewing until Sunday, May 27.