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Kintsugi of my Heart

Kintsugi: the Japanese art of fixing broken prottery with lacquer dusted or mixed with powdered gold, silver, or platinum. As a philosophy it treats breakage and repair as part of the history of an object, rather than something to disguise. 119 more words


Song Recommendation: Death Cab For Cutie - "No Room In Frame"

Death Cab For Cutie recently released “No Room In Frame” from upcoming album “Kintsugi”, due out March 31st. The track is the album opener and is more upbeat than previous single “Black Sun”. 30 more words



If the first step is admitting it, then here it goes – I’m broken. Smashed into a million pieces like Humpty Dumpty, I fell off the wall of love. 303 more words

Framed: Death Cab For Cutie

His poetics are unapologetic and they resonate for that reason.  He spurs honesty without a hint of remorse except to satisfy his queries through melodic sound, because, that’s all he can muster in four minutes and under. 79 more words

In Review

Death Cab sets another new track free

About a month ago, we heard brand new music from Death Cab For Cutie, which is preparing to release its first album sans Chris Walla at the end of March. 136 more words


Death Cab For Cutie | No Room In Frame

I know this is naughty as just a few weeks ago I played the first Death Cab track off the new album and, considering that I’ve long since outgrown DCFC as narrators of my personal lifestyle, I no longer consider Death Cab that relevant means it’s slightly odd for me to be playing their album opener “No Room In Frame” here. 171 more words

Death Cab For Cutie

Death Cab for Cutie - Room in frame

O 2º avanço do album Kintsugi, dos Death Cab for Cutie.

Sai a 30 de Março.


‘No Room In Frame’
‘Black Sun’
‘The Ghosts Of Beverly Drive’ 27 more words