News Death Cab For Cutie Are Teasing Their New Album

Death Cab For Cutie Are Teasing New Album

Looks like the album will be out this August.

Death Cab For Cutie are back! The band have released a teaser trailer for their eighth album, soundtracked by new music. In the video, a camera pans through a forest before ending on a shot of the band with the caption ‘August 2018’, which we can only assume is when we’ll finally get our hands on the new record.

Their last album, ‘Kintsugi’, was released in 2015. Last year they released audio footage of their first gig, in aid of charity, which took place in hometown Bellington, Washington on 22nd November 1997.

The band have also announced tour dates for both Europe and the US, including a date at Robert Smith’s Meltdown at the Southbank Centre in London. Check out the tour dates and teaser video below.

JUNE
16 Amsteleveen, Netherlands, Amsterdamse Bos Theater
18 London, England, Robert Smith’s Meltdown at the Southbank Centre

AUGUST
02 Salt Lake City, UT - Red Butte Garden Amphitheatre
03 Boise, ID - Summerfield at Memorial Stadium
04 Missoula, MT - Traveler’s Rest

SEPTEMBER
21 Las Vegas, NV - Life is Beautiful Music & Art Festival
24 Eugene, OR - Hult Center for the Performing Arts
25 Portland, OR - Keller Auditorium
27 Berkeley, CA - Greek Theatre Berkeley
29 Phoenix, AZ - Van Buren

OCTOBER
01 Dallas, TX - Bomb Factory
02 Kansas City, MO - Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland
03 Madison, WI - The Sylvee
05 St. Paul, MN - Palace Theatre
07 Chicago, IL - Auditorium Theatre
09 Upper Darby, PA - Tower Theatre
12 Brooklyn, NY - Kings Theatre
13 Brooklyn, NY - Kings Theatre
14 Boston, MA - Boch Wang Theatre
17 Washington, DC - Anthem
18 Charlottesville, VA - Sprint Pavilion
19 Atlanta, GA - Coca Cola Roxy
20 St. Augustine, FL - St. Augustine Amphitheatre
22 Miami, FL - The Fillmore Miami Beach
23 Orlando, FL - Hard Rock Live

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