Death Cab For Cutie will hit the road this fall for their 2015 tour. Fans will be able to see Death Cab For Cutie in locations throughout North America including Pittsburgh, Santa Barbara, Columbus, and San Diego. Death Cab For Cutie concerts are known as some of the most entertaining shows around. Don't miss the chance to see the famous Death Cab For Cutie live and in concert! Death Cab For Cutie concert tickets are selling fast so find your Death Cab For Cutie seats and buy your Death Cab for Cutie tickets today!Home Is a Fire Collaboration with Shepard Fairey
Death Cab for Cutie's second single off their latest album Codes and Keys is the skittering bittersweet Home Is a Fire. Reminiscent of the last track off of lead singer Ben Gibbard's long dormant side project with DNTEL, The Postal Service, Home Is a Fire shares the low-key electronic vibe of Natural Anthem. Recently featured in Banksy's excellent documentary Exit Through the Gift Shop, world renowned street artist Shepard Fairey, best known for his Obama election posters and OBEY Giant viral campaign, was enlisted by Death Cab bassist Nick Harmer to collaborate on a video for the track. Harmer directed the video which features Home Is a Fire lyrics on Fairey-produced street art plastered all around cities. Death Cab for Cutie tickets for Death Cab for Cutie tour dates are on sale now.Death Cab for Cutie Gearing Up for Codes and Keys Release
With early singles You Are a Tourist and Some Boys from their soon to be released Codes and Keys album receiving rave reviews, Death Cab is on the road testing out their new material before its proper release. If you haven’t seen it yet, the live broadcast of the filming of the video for You Are a Tourist is exceptional. Pick up your Death Cab for Cutie Tickets right here.About Death Cab for Cutie
Get your Death Cab for Cutie tickets now at Ticket Liquidator to see one of the day’s hottest artist perform live. Originally from Washington, Death Cab for Cutie started when Ben Gibbard, now the bands singer and lead guitarist, released a demo that met with success and decided to grow into a band. Some of the band’s first songs were recorded in Gibbard’s basement.
The band's album Plans was well received and garnered a Grammy nomination for Best Alternative Album of 2005 and went platinum in May of 2008. Their highly anticipated follow-up album Narrow Stairswas a big departure from the band’s earlier music and received mixed reviews. MTV’s James Montgomery said that “Death Cab for Cutie had gone insane” while also supporting the album for Album of the Year consideration. Death Cab for Cutie songs have been featured in many television shows and movies, including The O.C., Six Feet Under, CSI: Miami and Californication as well as The Wedding Crashers and Mean Creek. Be sure to get your Death Cab for Cutie tickets now to see this highly-acclaimed band play live.
Did you know? The name of the band comes from the title of a song performed on the Beatle’s film “Magical Mystery Tour.”