Benjamin Gibbard Tour/Art

2012-08-14 by RQL3 | 21 Comments
Death Cab For Cutie frontman, Benjamin Gibbard, has released the artwork for his new album entitled Former Lives that is due out October 16. In addition, he has announced a tour this fall with Advance Base and Damien Jurado on select dates.

Artwork and dates can be found here:

http://www.pastemagazine.com/articles/2012/08/exclusive-check-out-cover-art-for-benjamin-gibbard.html

Tagged: Benjamin Gibbard

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nash1311
August 14th 2012
1757 Comments


Yeah.

auberginedreams
August 14th 2012
6081 Comments


i really want this to be good.

nash1311
August 15th 2012
1757 Comments


I'm hoping for Transatlanticism part 2 lol. But he says it is nothing like Death Cab so we'll see

auberginedreams
August 15th 2012
6081 Comments


yeah but usually when a band/artist describes their album pre-release, it ends up sounding nothing like what they said it would. so hopefully it just ends up sounding like older death cab lol.

auberginedreams
August 15th 2012
6081 Comments


like remember when they said narrow stairs was gonna be sludge influenced?

gotsthedewsdood
August 15th 2012
635 Comments


codes and keys was bad.

nash1311
August 15th 2012
1757 Comments


Hahaha no I don't remember that but that's funny

minty901
August 15th 2012
2161 Comments


anyone hear his Home EP? was really good. great singer songwriter.

nash1311
August 15th 2012
1757 Comments


Nah I haven't heard anything he's done solo

minty901
August 15th 2012
2161 Comments


in fairness, i haven't heard it in like 8 years so it might be shit, but i remember liking the lyrics to carolina, check that song out.

Gossamer175
August 15th 2012
14 Comments


He needs to get back with Dntel and make another Postal Service album damnit.

nash1311
August 15th 2012
1757 Comments


Agreed.

FromDaHood
August 15th 2012
9095 Comments


Who calls this guy Benjamin?
nash are you a dude?

auberginedreams
August 15th 2012
6081 Comments


he's releasing the album under benjamin gibbard. it says "benjamin" on the cover.

nash1311
August 15th 2012
1757 Comments


Yeah I'ma dude from da hood.

FromDaHood
August 15th 2012
9095 Comments


Not sure why he'd operate under Benjamin but w/e.

nash1311
August 15th 2012
1757 Comments


Cause it is his full name. Lots of artists release material under their full name if they go by a nickname

synysterdjs
August 15th 2012
102 Comments


First I've heard of this. I am excite.

Ire
August 16th 2012
41858 Comments


gon suck

YourDarkAffected
August 18th 2012
1739 Comments


Yea, I really hope he makes another Postal Service album. Such Great Heights is such a good song. Iron and Wine version is too

VicariousIntent
August 19th 2012
1608 Comments


He's said a few times that this record is going to be a lot different, because it's mainly stuff he wrote during previous sessions that didn't fit into the Death Cab sound even a little bit. So he tweaked it for this sort of thing. Personally, I'm excited for it. Gibbard rarely disappoints.



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