Photos by: Joanna Glezakos – Seattle-based indie rock band Death Cab For Cutie, who released their newest album, Thank You for Today, on August 17th, 2018, performed at Echo Beach in Toronto on June 20th.
By: Curtis Sindrey – Indie Rock icons Death Cab for Cutie are back with their upcoming ninth studio album, Thank You for Today, which arrives on August 17th. Thank You for Today marks the first Death Cab for Cutie release to see long time bandmates Gibbard, Nick Harmer, and Jason McGerr joined in the studio by new … Continue reading
By: Staff – Death Cab for Cutie has announced the release of their upcoming ninth studio album. “Thank You for Today” arrives everywhere on Friday, August 17th. “Thank You for Today” is available for pre-order now at all DSPs and streaming services HERE. All digital pre-orders are joined by an instant grat download of the first … Continue reading
By: Staff – Canadian indie rock band Metric, and Grammy-nominated alt rock band Death Cab for Cutie have teamed up for a 2016 cross-Canada co-headlining tour. The bands will embark on the “Lights on the Horizon” tour on March 19 at the Bell Centre in Montreal, hitting 10 cities before wrapping up at the Thunderbird Sports Centre in Vancouver … Continue reading
Photos by: Katie Kuropas – Seattle-based indie rock band Death Cab For Cutie, who released their eighth album, Kintsugi, on March 31st, 2015 via Atlantic, which was produced by Rich Costey (Sigur Rós, Frank Turner, Muse, Foster the People), performed at the Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland in Kansas City last night with Seattle-based indie rock band Say Hi, … Continue reading
By: Eric Freedlander – Death Cab For Cutie’s (DCFC) Ben Gibbard new solo album Former Lives takes his fans and critics on a road less travelled, as he reflects on past journeys throughout his career. Former Lives is Gibbard’s first solo album; his 2003 release “Home Volume V” was a split release with indie legend … Continue reading
Words by: Curtis Sindrey | Photos by: Nim Mendoza – Sunday marked the only Canadian stop on Death Cab For Cutie (DCFC) frontman Ben Gibbard’s debut solo tour. Opening for him was formerly Toronto-based, now Moncton-based folk-pop singer-songwriter, Julie Doiron, who brought a strong collection of well-written tracks that provided an intimate portrait into a … Continue reading