Those Grammy-winnin' kings of sensitive-and-intellectual indie-rock, Death Cab for Cutie, have themselves a a new album named Codes and Keys. It's out May 31. And, if you listen to the Death Cabbers themselves, it's not a 'guitar-centric' record at all, and, like Transatlanticism and Narrow Stairs, was assembled with an experimental, Eno-influenced approach.

To go with their new record, Death Cab have themselves new tour dates. They also have a new DVD. It's entitled Live at the Mt. Baker Theatre, and, as its title all-too-plainly attests, it features the band playing live at the Mt. Baker Theatre. Said venue is located in their old Bellingham, Washington hood; and, given they played the documented concerts in April, 2009, the shows definitely had a hometown-heroes vibe to it. Like Codes and Keys, Live at the Mt. Baker Theatre is out May 31.

Sometimes I Think This Cycle Never Ends:

May 18: Toronto, ON - Phoenix Concert Theatre

May 20: Chicago, IL - Metro

May 21: Minneapolis, MN - First Avenue

May 24: Edmonton, AB - Shaw Conference Center

May 25: Calgary, AB - Stampede Corral

May 27: Bend, OR - Les Schwab Amphitheatre

May 28: George, WA - Sasquatch!

June 1: New York, NY - Bowery Ballrom

June 3: Washington, DC - 9:30 Club

June 4: Philadelphia, PA - Trocadero

June 5: Boston, MA - The Paradise

June 7: Los Angeles, CA - El Rey Theatre

June 9: San Francisco, CA - Fillmore

June 26: Munich, Germany - Muffathalle

June 27: Berlin, Germany - Astra

June 29: Hamburg, Germany - The Docks

June 30: Amsterdam, Netherlands - Melkweg

July 1: Kent, England - Hop Farm Festival

July 2: Milton Keynes, England - The National Bowl

July 4: Manchester, England - Manchester Academy

July 5: Nottingham, England - Rock City

July 7: London, England - Brixton Academy

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