Life Less Frightening
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|"Life Less Frightening"|
"Life Less Frightening" cover
|Single by Rise Against from the album Siren Song of the Counter Culture|
|Recorded||Plumper Mountain Sound in Gibsons, BC and The Warehouse Studio in Vancouver, BC|
|Genre||Melodic hardcore, post-hardcore|
|Writer(s)||Tim McIlrath, Joe Principe, Brandon Barnes, Chris Chasse|
"Life Less Frightening" is the third song from the Chicago melodic hardcore/punk rock band Rise Against's 2004 album Siren Song of the Counter Culture. It is the third track on the album and runs approximately 3 minutes and 44 seconds.
The lyrics of the song depict a realization of the horrors of the world and a longing for a "life less frightening" ("...I'm soaking with the sins of knowing what's gone wrong...") and infers that lack of action will only cause the problems to worsen ("Time again I have found myself stuttering/Foundations pulled out from under me.").
"Life Less Frightening" peaked at number 33 on the US Modern Rock chart.
|U.S. Billboard Hot Modern Rock Tracks||33|
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