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Watch new Death Cab For Cutie video

Written by Vidette Moore on May 10, 2011

Death Cab For Cutie have collaborated with American artist Shepard Fairey on their new video for Home is a Fire.

Shepard Fairey is a graphic designer/ illustrator/ artist, who emerged from the street art and skateboarding scene. He is best known for his Barack Obama Hope poster created during the 2008 US presidential election.

Home is a Fire is the follow up single to You Are a Tourist, from the new album Codes and Keys due out on May 31st.

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