Death Cab for Cutie Announces Additional Spring Tour Dates

After having sold out Oakland, CA’s Fox Theater and two nights at New York City’s Beacon Theatre, Death Cab for Cutie has announced additional tour dates on their upcoming North American trek. The band will perform a third night at the Beacon Theatre on Sunday, April 29 as well as a second night at Oakland’s Fox Theater on Wednesday, May 9. All tour dates are now on sale, with April 16’s Chicago Theatre show going on sale this Saturday, February 4 (see dates below).

The one-of-a-kind spring trek of intimate venues and historic theaters will see DCFC accompanied on stage by members of San Francisco’s celebrated Magik*Magik Orchestra. Known for their innovative collaborations with such artists as Mike Patton, John Vanderslice, The Walkmen, and The Dodos, the orchestral group previously teamed with Death Cab for Cutie for their recent installment of VH1 Storytellers as well as doing all of the string arrangements on the band’s most current release “CODES AND KEYS.” Support acts include Low on the tour’s first leg (April 10-April 25) with Youth Lagoon joining the second leg (April 27-May 13).

A new single, “Underneath the Sycamore,” will herald the upcoming tour, with an amazing companion video directed by Walter Robot, who did the band’s famed “Grapevine Fires” video. Watch the video here: The track is among the many highlights of DCFC’s critically acclaimed album, “CODES AND KEYS” which has been nominated in the “Best Alternative Music Album” category at this year’s Grammy Awards. “You Are A Tourist,” the album’s first single, proved a multi-format radio smash upon its release last year, reaching #1 at both Triple A and Modern Rock outlets nationwide – DCFC’s first-ever #1 at the latter format.

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ON TOUR 2012

4/10 – Denver, CO @ Ellie Caulkins Opera House ^
4/11 – Omaha, NE @ Omaha Music Hall ^
4/13 – Louisville, KY @ Louisville Palace ^
4/14 – Grand Rapids, MI @ Covenant Fine Arts Center ^
4/15 – Milwaukee, WI @ Riverside Theatre ^
4/16 – Chicago, IL @ Chicago Theatre ^
4/19 – Toronto, ON @ Massey Hall ^
4/20 – Montreal, QC @ St. Jean Baptiste Church ^
4/21 – Boston, MA @ Citi Performing Arts Center ^
4/23 – Providence, RI @ Veterans Memorial Auditorium ^
4/24 – Buffalo, NY @ Kleinhans Music Hall ^
4/25 – Upper Darby, PA @ Tower Theatre ^
4/27 – New York, NY @ Beacon Theatre * – SOLD OUT
4/28 – New York, NY @ Beacon Theatre * – SOLD OUT
4/29 – New York, NY @ Beacon Theatre *
4/30 – North Bethesda, MD @ Strathmore * – SOLD OUT
5/1 – Knoxville, TN @ Tennessee Theatre *
5/3 – Dallas, TX @ McFarlin Memorial Auditorium *
5/4 – Austin, TX @ ACL Live at the Moody Theater * – SOLD OUT
5/6 – Mesa, AZ @ Mesa Arts Center – Ikeda Theater *
5/7 – Los Angeles, CA @ Walt Disney Concert Hall * – SOLD OUT
5/8 – Oakland, CA @ Fox Theater * – SOLD OUT
5/9 – Oakland, CA @ Fox Theater *
5/11 – Portland, OR @ Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall *
5/13 – Seattle, WA @ The Paramount Theatre *

^with Low
*with Youth Lagoon

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