Death Cab for Cutie Stay Focused with “No Room in Frame”

Marc Hogan

By Marc Hogan

Lead News Writer
on 02.23.15 in News

Here comes one more indication that Death Cab for Cutie have emerged from a period of transition with a hard-won grace. On March 31, Atlantic will release Kintsugi, the band’s first album since founding guitarist/producer Chris Walla left the band. They’ve already shared “Black Sun,” which finds beauty in loss, and now they’ve revealed “No Room in Frame,” another bittersweet, electronics-brushed reflection that plays to the Pacific Northwest indie-rock alums’ lonesome crowded strengths. “We’ll both go on living lonely with someone else,” Gibbard sings gently.

Listen over at NME.

Check out our 2011 interview with Walla, and get caught up with our feature Icon: Death Cab for Cutie.