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The band really hit their musical stride on their last album, Transatlanticism that came out in the Fall of 2003.
It was critically hailed as one of the best albums of the year.
The new record includes contributions from co-founding frontman Ben Gibbard, bassist Nick Harmer, drummer Jason Mc Gerr and touring guitarist/keyboardist Dave Depper and keyboardist/guitarist Zac Rae.“I realized early on in the process that I wanted to write a record that is very much who we are,” said Gibbard.
"I will miss being a quarter of this band, and will support whatever course Death Cab for Cutie chooses from here," he wrote.
A solid selection of new cuts were found on The Photo Album the next year.
"Darkness may find me, but I shall never choose it." The rest of the band—Ben Gibbard, Nick Hammer, and Jason Mc Gerr—released a statement acknowledging Walla's departure.
The image is actually seen through a hole in the booklet cover and a sheet of vellum.
via Atlantic Records on August 17, featuring the single “Gold Rush” that can be found below.
Just prior to completion of the 2000 follow-up We Have the Facts and We're Voting Yes, Good left the group and was replaced by drummer Michael Schorr.
In fall 2000, the band released the Forbidden Love EP."The Face That Launched 1000 Shits" is a cover of an original song by The Revolutionary Hydra, a band that DCFC guitarist Chris Walla and lead singer/guitarist Ben Gibbard belonged to.