Death Cab For Cutie Announce Headline Dublin Show
Bord Gais Energy Theatre
Sunday 19th March 2023
Tickets from €39.00 incl. booking fee
Doors 7pm 
Tickets on sale now  


Praise for Asphalt Meadows

“a triumph” - **** - Mojo
“(they) continue to pinpoint a universal sense of vulnerability that cuts through even the thickets of skins” – 7/10 - Clash
“Gibbard’s freighted eloquence gives Asphalt Meadows its unsettling immediacy” – 7/10 - Uncut

Ahead of the release of their tenth studio album Asphalt Meadows later this month, Death Cab for Cutie have today announced a full run of UK and European dates for March 2023 including their first ever show at London’s Royal Albert Hall. Fans must pre-order the album to gain access to the pre-sale at 9am on 7th September, tickets will be on general sale on 9th September at 9am.

Asphalt Meadows was produced by GRAMMY® Award-winner John Congleton (St. Vincent, Sharon Van Etten, Wallows), with singles released so far including “Foxglove Through The Clearcut”, “Roman Candles”, which arrived with a (quite literally) explosive one-take music video directed by Lance Bangs (Sonic Youth, Nirvana), and “Here to Forever” which is currently sat at #1 at AAA radio.

Death Cab for Cutie’s ninth studio album Thank You for Today was released in 2018. That album saw the band entering its second decade by both expanding and refining its signature sound, with highlights including lead single, “Gold Rush,” which reached #1 on Billboard’s “Adult Alternative Songs” chart.

The band continued to affirm their lasting artistic legacy with a wide range of creative activity in the years that followed, including diverse collaborations such as Chance the Rapper’s 2019 album track, “Do You Remember (ft. Death Cab for Cutie),” and Tycho & Gibbard’s acclaimed 2021 single, “Only Love.”

Gibbard presented a series of “Live From Home” livestreams throughout the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic, helping raise over $250K in donations and supplies for various Seattle-area relief organizations. The livestreams – which showcased songs from Death Cab for Cutie, The Postal Service and his solo material, along with covers and other surprises – drew over 4.5 million total views as well as high profile media attention from The New York Times, The New Yorker, Rolling Stone, Newsweek, Variety, NPR, and Stereogum, the latter of which pondered, “Is Ben Gibbard going to single-handedly get us all through quarantine?

December 2020 saw Death Cab for Cutie release The Georgia EP, initially offered as a 24-hour Bandcamp exclusive in advance of the crucial Georgia runoff elections that ultimately turned the state blue and secured Democratic control of the US Senate. The five-song project – which features covers of iconic artists from the great state of Georgia – raised over $100K for Fair Fight Action, the national voting rights organization founded by Stacy Abrams to promote fair elections around the country through voter education, election reform, and combating voter suppression. “Fair Fight is grateful for the support of Death Cab for Cutie in our fight for free and fair elections in Georgia and nationwide,” Abrams said later. “The Georgia EP helps tell the story of Georgia just as their contributions have helped us write the next chapter.

In February of this year, Gibbard conceived, curated, and executive produced Ocean Child: Songs of Yoko Ono, an acclaimed tribute to the groundbreaking singer, songwriter, multimedia artist, and activist released in celebration of her 89th birthday. The collection – which includes Death Cab for Cutie’s own cover of “Waiting For The Sunrise” – also features contributions from a stunning range of diverse artists, including David Byrne, Japanese Breakfast, The Flaming Lips, and Sharon Van Etten. Ocean Child earned worldwide critical acclaim spanning The New York Times, Rolling Stone, NPR, The Guardian and more.

Formed in Bellingham, WA in 1997, Death Cab for Cutie almost immediately entered the ranks of the era’s definitive bands, fueled in large part by the remarkable power of co-founder, vocalist, guitarist, and lead songwriter Benjamin Gibbard’s complex, often bittersweet songcraft. The band made their worldwide popular breakthrough with 2003’s RIAA gold certified Transatlanticism, later named by NPR as one of “The Decade's 50 Most Important Recordings.” Plans, their 2005 Atlantic Records debut release, saw Death Cab for Cutie ascending to even greater heights, earning RIAA platinum certification and a GRAMMY® Award nomination for “Best Alternative Album” while spawning the chart-topping singles, “Soul Meets Body” and “I Will Follow You into the Dark,” the latter of which was honored with a GRAMMY® nod for “Best Pop Performance By Duo Or Group With Vocals.” Their following albums – including Narrow Stairs (2008), The Open Door (2009), Codes and Keys (2011), and Kintsugi (2015) – all received various GRAMMY® Award nominations, bringing their total career nominations to eight overall.


  1. I Don’t Know How I Survive

  2. Roman Candles

  3. Asphalt Meadows

  4. Rand McNally

  5. Here to Forever

  6. Foxglove Through The Clearcut

  7. Pepper

  8. I Miss Strangers

  9. Wheat Like Waves

  10. Fragments From The Decade

  11. I’ll Never Give Up On You

March 2023 UK/EU Tour

1 Fabrique, Milan, Italy
2 X-Tra, Zurich, Switzerland
5 Den Grå Hal, Copenhagen, Denmark
6 Filadelfia, Stockholm, Sweden
7 Sentrum Scene, Oslo, Norway
9 Columbiahalle, Berlin, Germany
10 13, Tilburg,  Netherlands
11 Paridiso, Amsterdam, Netherlands
12 E-Werk, Cologne, Germany
14 De Roma, Antwerp, Belgium
15 Atelier, Luxembourg Luxembourg
16 Salle Pleyel, Paris, France
18 Rock City, Nottingham, UK
19 Bord Gais Theatre, Dublin, Ireland
21 02 Institute, Birmingham, UK
22 Usher Hall, Edinburgh, UK
23 Barrowland Ballroom, Glasgow, UK
25 Apollo, Manchester, UK
27 Dome, Brighton, UK
29 Royal Albert Hall, London, UK




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