Death Cab For Cutie streaming “Black Sun,” announce spring tour


Death Cab for Cutie release their eighth record (and last with founding guitarist Chris Walla, who quit the band last year), Kintsugi, on March 31, and have announced a set of tour dates starting in April. No Bay Area dates yet, but there are a lot of open dates on the schedule, so keep an eye out. As of now, the only California Date is July 12th at the Hollywood Bowl.

Death Cab just released “Black Sun,” the first single off Kintsugi, and it’s streaming below.

Death Cab For Cutie tour 2015

April 10—Quail Run Park—Mesa, Arizona
April 23—Arvest Bank Theatre At The Midland—Kansas City, Missouri
April 27—Fox Theatre—Atlanta, Georgia
April 29—Ryman Auditorium—Nashville, Tennessee
April 30—Chicago Theatre—Chicago, Illinois
May 2—Northrop Auditorium—Minneapolis, Minnesota
May 4—Riverside Theater—Milwaukee, Wisconsin
May 7—Sony Centre For The Performing Arts—Toronto, Ontario
May 8—Metropolis Theatre—Montreal, Quebec
May 9—State Theatre—Portland, Maine
May 12—Iroquois Amphitheater—Louisville, Kentucky
May 13—The Pageant—St. Louis, Missouri
June 8-9—O2 Shepherds Bush Empire—London, England
June 13—Rockefeller—Oslo, Norway
June 14—Bergenfest—Bergen, Norway
June 15—Munchenbryggeriet—Stockholm, Sweden
June 23—Inmusic Festival—Zagreb, Croatia
June 25—Bataclan—Paris, France
July 12—Hollywood Bowl—Hollywood, California
Oct. 3—Paramount Theatre—Seattle, Washington

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