The withdrawal symptoms from Death Cab are running thick. I particularly can’t stop listening to this song but it really falls short to the memory of the live version. They really make it magical on stage. —Snail
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Death Cab For Cutie has just released Codes and Keys and so far this song is blowing me up like a balloon. Maybe it has to do with the eternal intro, the killer change in tempos and the chorus…
“Somewhere down, down
Down in the ocean of sound, sound
We’ll live in slow-motion
And be free
With doors unlocked and open
Doors unlocked and open”
Perfection! I love this whole album, naysayers stuck in the past wanting saddoe DCFC be gone! -Snail
I’m back in winter again and with it comes the urge to listen to music appropriate for the season. In this case, I give you Death Cab for Cutie’s Stability EP. It’s been a couple of years since I’ve listened to it and tonight all the memories of commuting to FDU in the snow filled with sadness came flooding back. I totally cried the second I started listening to it just now, major goosebump business.
The two original tracks, “20th Century Towers” and “Stability” are my favorite DCFC songs of all time. The cover of Bjork’s “All is Full of Love” is legendary. Benjamin Gibblets, your voice and words are a lethal combination for the heart.
That said, the Sasquatch festival NEEDS to happen for us.—Cheepie