Death Cab for Cutie - "The Ghosts of Beverly Drive" (video)

by Brice Ezell

16 June 2015

The latest video from Death Cab for Cutie's recent LP, Kintsugi, is a black-and-white visualization of the upbeat rocker "The Ghosts of Beverly Drive".

Whether or not this tune is a spiritual sequel of sorts to the National‘s “The Geese of Beverly Road” is anyone’s guess.

Kintsugi is out now via Atlantic; read PopMatters‘s review of the LP here.
Upcoming tour dates for Death Cab for Cutie:

8—Portland, OR—McMenamins Edgefield ‡ – SOLD OUT
9—Bend, OR—Les Schwab Amphitheatre ‡
11—Berkeley, CA—The Greek Theatre Berkeley ‡
12—Los Angeles, CA—Hollywood Bowl §
15—Morrison, CO—Red Rocks Amphitheatre §
16—Salt Lake City, UT—Twilight Concert Series§

10—Manchester, NH—Verizon Wireless Arena
11—Boston, MA—  Blue Hills Bank Pavilion ¶
12—New York, NY—Madison Square Garden ¶
13—Columbia, MD—Merriweather Post Pavilion ¶
15—Raleigh, NC—Red Hat Amphitheater //
17—Pittsburgh, PA—Stage AE //
18—Cincinnati, OH—PNC Pavilion at Riverbend Music Center //
19—Columbus, OH—LC Pavilion //
21—Austin, TX—ACL Live at The Moody Theater //
25—San Diego, CA—Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre
26—Santa Barbara, CA—Santa Barbara Bowl **
28—Reno, NV—Grand Sierra Theatre**
30—Missoula, MT—Adams Center

1—Spokane, WA—INB Performing Arts Center
3—Seattle, WA—Paramount Theatre †† – SOLD OUT
4—Seattle, WA—Paramount Theatre – SOLD OUT
5—Seattle, WA—Paramount Theatre ‡‡

w/Say Hi *
w/The Antlers †
w/Built To Spill ‡
w/TUnE-YArDs §
w/Explosions In The Sky ¶
w/Twin Shadow //
w/Best Coast **
w/Unlikely Friends ††
w/Cataldo ‡‡

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