Life Less Frightening

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"Life Less Frightening"
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"Life Less Frightening" cover
Single by Rise Against from the album Siren Song of the Counter Culture
Released July 2005
Format CD
Recorded Plumper Mountain Sound in Gibsons, BC and The Warehouse Studio in Vancouver, BC
Genre Melodic hardcore, post-hardcore
Length 3:44
Label Geffen
Writer(s) Tim McIlrath, Joe Principe, Brandon Barnes, Chris Chasse
Producer(s) GGGarth

"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.").

Chart performance[edit]

"Life Less Frightening" peaked at number 33 on the US Modern Rock chart.

Chart (2004) Peak
U.S. Billboard Hot Modern Rock Tracks 33

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