Death Cab For Cutie At Stage Ae Outdoors! Presented By 105.9 The X

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PromoWest North Shore, Opus One, WXDX, and Coors Light Presents
Death Cab For Cutie
w/ Twin Shadow

September 17, 2015 - 6:30 PM
Stage AE Outdoors – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
$38.50 Advance/$40.00 Day of Show
Tickets on sale April 10th
PRESALE is live from 4/9 from 10 AM – 10 PM, password: “KINTSUGI” →

Death Cab for Cutie were an unlikely success story in the 2000s, a band that started on a small Seattle-based label and gradually became standard-bearers for a style of sweet indie rock that emphasized gentle melodies and vulnerable, emotionally candid lyrics. Unlike many of their contemporaries, their relatively slow ascent mirrors the pattern set by bands like R.E.M. in the 1980s, they first built a foundation among a dedicated fan base and then graduated to more commercial appeal. Heartened by the success of his initial demo recording, You Can Play These Songs With Chords, Gibbard and Walla recruited college friends Nick Harmer and Nathan Good for the group's first proper full-length, Something About Airplanes. Their next album, 2000's We Have the Facts and We're Voting Yes, was yet another leap forward, cementing their place as one of the most beloved bands in indie rock and garnering them a small amount of attention in mainstream circles as well. 2001's The Photo Album was similarly successful and the following year Barsuk issued You Can Play These Songs on CD for the first time.

Death Cab reconvened in 2003 for the album Transatlanticism. More successful than any of its predecessors, the album landed the group's music on television shows like The O.C. and Six Feet Under, and cracked the Billboard Top 100. In the aftermath of this success, the group signed with major label Atlantic, and in 2004 they released Plans, which continued the group's successful run, cracking the Billboard Top Ten and selling over a million copies. It was followed in 2007 by Narrow Stairs, which hit number one on the Billboard charts, and proved to be the band's most adventurous to date. Their seventh album, 2011's Codes and Keys, featured the band's first number one single, "You Are a Tourist". The band just released their new album KINTSUGI in March of 2015. The album features the new hit single, “Black Sun,” currently the #1 song at Triple A radio outlets nationwide as well as a Top 10 favorite at Modern Rock. Don’t miss Death Cab For Cutie September 17 at Stage AE!

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