Death Cab for Cutie
A lot of people write about Transatlanticism in the framework of The O.C., but that’s a narrative that is like congratulating Nike for their hard work on Michael Jordan’s legacy.
Death Cab for Cutie took to Twitter yesterday to let fans know that they’re hard at work recording their eighth album.
With the announcement of the line-up for this year’s Bumbershoot festival in Seattle comes the news that Death Cab for Cutie will be performing their 2003 full-length, Transatlanticsim, in its entirety.
What’s wrong with a little nostalgia if it makes you feel good? Over the weekend at Coachella we saw a few nostalgia fueled reunions — the return of the Wu Tang Clan on Sunday night, which has been widely hailed as a victory march for the giant hip hop collective. A new generation of fans were introduced to ’90s Brit pop band Blur. And, among the most anticipated, a reunion of the Postal Service.
Deathcab For Cutie frontman Ben Gibbard is so funny in the music video for his latest single “Teardrop Windows” we think it’s time he get a shot on “SNL.” He’s gotta be at least as funny as Bruno Mars.
When you think of Death Cab for Cutie frontman Benjamin Gibbard’s songwriting oeuvre, country music is not among the first things that pop to mind. But a few tracks on his new LP, Former Lives, have that certain twang on them
Death Cab for Cutie’s frontman steps out on his own for his first solo album and tell the world he’s not the sad guy that his song lyrics might make you think.
Ben Gibbard performed songs from The Postal Service, Death Cab For Cutie and solo catalogues during his invite only record release show.
While many fans have been anticipating a follow-up to Ben Gibbard’s 2003 release as Postal Service, the singer’s new solo record, Former Lives, contains music he’s written over the last eight years.
“Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)” is the latest track in our countdown of the best festive music – and it’s a gold-stamped classic, named #1 in Rolling Stone’s list of The Greatest Rock and Roll […]