Death Cab for Cutie Information
Death Cab for Cutie is an American rock band consisting of Nick Harmer (bass), Ben Gibbard (vocals, piano, guitar), Jason McGerr (drums), Zac Rae (keyboards, guitar), and Dave Depper (guitar, keyboards, vocals). The band was founded in 1997 in Bellingham, Washington. Initially, it was a solo project by Gibbard, but later on, he expanded the project into a proper band in 1988, when they released a debut album, Something About Airplanes. The band’s music has been based on indie pop, indie rock, and alternative rock. Since its formation, they have released four EPs, nine full-length studio albums, one demo album, and one live album.
The band’s name came from the song written by Vivian Stanshall and Neil Innes, "Death Cab for Cutie." In 2003, their fourth album, “Transatlanticism” was released, received a critical claim, and brought the band into mainstream commercial success.
This album was followed by two singles, including "The Sound of Settling" and "Title and Registration," appearing in the soundtracks of the television shows Six Feet Under, The O.C., Californication, and CSI: Miami. The tracks also got featured in the films Easy A, Wedding Crashers, and Mean Creek. The band has also performed at the Life Is Beautiful Festival, the Firefly Music Festival, and Coachella, among many others.
Death Cab for Cutie’s major-label debut for Atlantic Records, 2005's Plans, received platinum certification by the Recording Industry Association of America. Its two singles, "Crooked Teeth" and "Soul Meets Body," ranked the top ten of the US Billboard Alternative Songs chart. Plans also got nominated for Best Alternative Album of 2005 and achieved gold certification in 2006. Other famous albums of the band are Narrow Stairs (2008), Codes and Keys (2011), Kintsugi (2015), and Thank You for Today (2018).
Over the years, Death Cab for Cutie has received eight nominations from the Grammy Awards, including 2006 Best Alternative Music Album (Plans), 2009 Best Rock Song (I Will Possess Your Heart), and 2016 Best Rock Album (Kintsugi). It also won the Best Editing award for "I Will Possess Your Heart" in 2008.
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