The follow up to 2015’s ‘Kintsugi’.
Death Cab For Cutie
“I spent the long lonely nights with you, over and over until I could recite every word…”
“We have lost an all-time great.”
Can dream-pop move a nation? Yes.
“It was just this weird freak-out moment”
Chvrches’ Lauren Mayberry was there, too.
“Chance the Rapper: incredibly nice dude, and huge Death Cab fan. Who knew?”
Riot Fest’s Chicago and Denver lineups feature Misfits, Ween, Death Cab For Cutie, Nas, Deftones and plenty more.
Posted as, “The mid-2000s collaboration album that never was,” this Yeezy/Death Cab mash-up is just as sweet and cool as you’d expect.
Death Cab For Cutie have been fraped. The Splendour 2015 act have confirmed that a handful of racy posts that appeared on their official Facebook page earlier today were in fact the work of hackers. The Facejackery in question occurred sometime before noon (AEST) today, resulting in a great deal of confusion but also amusement
There’s something about the music of Death Cab for Cutie that makes it a perfect match for a bitterly cold winter evening. It’s as if the songs somehow project the picturesque but rainswept climate of their Seattle origin. It seemed fitting that as Death Cab took the stage at a sold-out 170 Russell in on
Splendour In The Grass 2015 is just under a month away, but it’s never too late to delve into the crystal ball of music festivals to see what this year’s festivities will have to offer. With Glastonbury wrapping up over the weekend, we’ve collected 12 acts whose Glastonbury shenanigans have us begging for more. Renowned
American indie-rockers Death Cab For Cutie have extended their forthcoming Australian tour around Splendour In The Grass 2015, announcing extra and final sideshows in Melbourne and Sydney. Due to demand, Death Cab For Cutie have now added a third and final show at Melbourne’s 170 Russell, after selling out the first two. What’s more, the
Australia is set to get some extra Death Cab For Cutie this July. On top of their Splendour In The Grass 2015 appearance, the band have just announced a slew of sideshows around the country. The American indie-rockers haven’t played in Australia since 2012 but with a new LP Kintsugi now unleashed upon the world,
The current is shifting against Jay Z’s new music streaming service. After members of Mumford & Sons spoke bluntly about the problem with Tidal’s “new school fucking plutocrats”, Death Cab For Cutie frontman Ben Gibbard has taken a swing at the digital platform, claiming it is going to “fail miserably”. In a new interview with
Blur, Florence, Tame Impala, Mark Ronson + heaps more!
It feels a bit strange hearing this breakup album, a record that could perfectly soundtrack your angst-ridden teenage years, from a band well past their adolescence. Death Cab For Cutie are perpetually on the verge of growing up, and while Kintsugi is as good as the rest of their efforts, it just lacks that development
What began as a dubbed cassette of songs for friends, recorded by one man in his bedroom, has evolved into one of the go-to names in contemporary indie rock. Death Cab for Cutie have transcended the typical trajectory of bands of their nature, scoring top-end Billboard positions, major movie soundtrack features and even a move
Chris Walla, founding member of Washington alt-rock band Death Cab For Cutie, played his final show with the band on the night of Saturday, 13th September. Video of Walla’s emotional farewell, which took place at Rifflandia Festival in Victoria, British Columbia, has now surfaced. In the footage (below) Death Cab vocalist Ben Gibbard announces that
Here’s some good news to wake up to, Death Cab For Cutie fans – the Washington indie rock legends are currently in the studio working on what will likely be their eighth full-length studio album, the follow-up to 2011’s Codes and Keys. According to Rolling Stone, Ben Gibbard and company are laying down new material