Overall, not the epic return to roots we all were expecting, and hoping for, but still a great entry in Death Cab's discography. Definitely recommend it if you're a big time fan. But if you're looking for an introduction to the group, I'd begin with Narrow Stairs or Plans, then if you like those, give Thank You For Today. Overall though, I'd give the album a solid thumbs up.
Someone please help. In the preview for When We Drive. When he says when we drive without the vocal effects, the beat and the way he says it reminds me of another song. Please help I think the song is at least from 2005-present
A brilliant release by an exquisite cast of musicians where the lead singer's vocals painfully mourn for days long gone but does so in an exciting way that leaves us with a fantastic album. If you enjoy Death Cab and their prior entries, this is an album to look out for.
Fantastic record, each track is great! That's my fanboy opinion at least.
While not as interesting as Death Cab's earlier albums, its familiar emo-pop sound seems to capture an older, nostalgic Ben pining for a similar return to the past.
The first three songs are really cool and neat. Then the rest of the album feels moapy, like Kintsugi. Without any sort of hype songs to get you through it. I'd actually recommend that one or Codes and Keys over this release