Death Cab For Cutie Tickets
Few bands have been as important to the indie music scene as Death Cab for Cutie. What began as a solo project by lead singer Ben Gibbard, has morphed into a string of popular albums and legions of adoring fans. With a sound unlike many other bands, thanks in large part to Gibbard's unique voice and contemplative lyrics. While Death Cab For Cutie was the brain child of Ben Gibbard, guitarist Chris Walla, and bass player Nick Hammer have had significant contributions to the band, including songwriting. In 1998, the newly formed group released its first album, Something About Airplanes. Though it was widely praised in independent circles, it would be several years before Death Cab got its big break. The break came in 2003, when the band released its fourth album, Transatlanticism. The record is widely regarded as one of the best of the decade, and includes a number of popular hits that still resonate with fans today. Among the most popular tracks from the album are "Title and Registration," "The New Year" and "The Sound of Settling."
While Transatlanticism helped make Death Cab a more well-known presence within the music industry, they still managed to stay relatively under the radar. Still, that didn't mean that their follow-up albums were any less impressive. 2005's Plans was a hit with both fans and critics and included several well-known songs including the melancholy "I Will Follow You Into the Dark" and "Soul Meets Body," which cracked the top five on modern rock charts. Death Cab did not relent with the next album either, 2008's Narrow Stairs. Much like its two predecessors, the record saw a positive response from most interested parties and reached the top spot on the Billboard 200 charts upon its release. Among the most popular songs on the album were the eight minute epic "I Will Posses Your Heart" and the melodic "Cath..." Death Cab's album releases have since become less frequent, but they still continue to release new music and tour occasionally.
Death Cab For Cutie Tour Dates in 2021
Death Cab For Cutie tour dates will be hugely popular with their army of fans. In the past few years, Death Cab For Cutie has played Portland, Berkeley, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Dallas, Kansas City, Madison, St. Paul, Chicago, Upper Darby, Brooklyn, Boston, Washington, Charlottesville, Atlanta, Orlando, Milwaukee, Indianapolis, and more.