Death Cab for Cutie - Thank You for Today

Thank You for Today

Death Cab for Cutie

  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 2018-08-17
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10

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Title Artist Time
I Dreamt We Spoke Again Death Cab for Cutie 3:04 USD 1.29 | Download
Summer Years Death Cab for Cutie 4:28 USD 1.29 | Download
Gold Rush Death Cab for Cutie 4:00 USD 1.29 | Download
Your Hurricane Death Cab for Cutie 3:18 USD 1.29 | Download
When We Drive Death Cab for Cutie 3:49 USD 1.29 | Download
Autumn Love Death Cab for Cutie 4:18 USD 1.29 | Download
Northern Lights Death Cab for Cutie 3:56 USD 1.29 | Download
You Moved Away Death Cab for Cutie 3:49 USD 1.29 | Download
Near/Far Death Cab for Cutie 3:41 USD 1.29 | Download
60 & Punk Death Cab for Cutie 4:05 USD 1.29 | Download
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Angelina Svetlova
3 года назад

A solace of images and thoughts as DCFC grows into maturity. This is how darkness sounds in its peaceful state. Lyrics have never been better as the stories of change and love affair set the stage on this albums thankfulness for today. This isn’t a collection of radio hits much rather a set of their best deep cuts.
Angelina Svetlova
3 года назад

just swiped through the tracks, haven’t had time to marinate yet, but this might be the first Death Cab album where I like every song. With that said, they sound a lot less “true.” If that makes any sense. The thing I love about DCFC is that their songs sound more like emotions than music. There are certain songs of their’s that I go to and come back to when I’m in certain places in my head and they always seem to understand me in that moment. I’m not sure I’ll get that here because the music has more clarity but less attachment. Hopefully I’m wrong but I still like it and glad they’re still around making music.

Other comments

This is one of my favorite songs in the whole world I can listen to this song again and again because that’s how good it is and let me tell you if you want a song to while you are in the car and you need some music you should listen to demons or despacio... (2018-08-23 23:28:22)

I have watched the movie 4 times so far, and I still like the movie and its soundtrack, but I wish it would maybe just stop clogging up space on the top 40 chart and make way for newer artists coming in... (2018-09-03 23:04:20)

I love Jess Glynne’s sound and mood of her music. Always puts me in a positive/happy state of mind. I loved the last album & can’t wait for the rest of this one to drop!!... (2018-08-23 23:16:18)

I'll admit, I haven't bought the song yet, but man, is it catchy! I do like their "real" music (well, from what I've heard in the samples, anyway), but my personal favorites are the works they made for Sonic Colors and Generations. Speaking of which, when is the Generations soundtrack coming out? Will it ever come out? Nonetheless, techno and du...... (2018-08-26 13:47:33)

I am amazed this is my fav country artist ever and I think this album is INCREDIBLE I am so obsessed with all of these songs... (2018-08-23 23:30:18)


  • Love it!!

    By d flak
    Like a cool love child of Moby & the Pet Shop Boys. Sweet gooves dcfc!
  • Too poppy

    By Mooby490
    Compared to their other albums, this is no good. I enjoyed some parts of a few songs here, but then lost hope for it completely. There is no rawness here. If anyone wants to hear true death cab, go listen to We Have the Facts and Were Voting Yes, Photo Album, Stability EP Forbidden Love EP, Translanticism, and maybe even check out their much earlier albums like Something about Airplanes or You can play these songs with chords.
  • beautiful...

    By jessica dye
    sometimes you can grow with an artist...and that is....beautiful. This album to me is wonderfully new. them now. rich with nostalgia, but currently who they are. ben will always be an exceptional writer. no matter what anyone says. this is true. dont hold on to the past and you can appreciate what is now. thank you DC.
  • Not their best work

    By Matt24578
    Uninspired and dull. Kind of boring. Can’t get excited for this one. Nothing rememberable. It doesn’t get me excited or move me emotionally. I don’t want to sing along to this one. This album is worse than Codes and Keys. I’ve been a fan of DCFC for 15 years. Hopefully their next album will be more like Narrow Stairs or Kintsugi.
  • Love it

    By amstitch
    I love every song! 🙌
  • Death Cab is under rated

    By DarkKn1ght303
    many having "high hopes" "at their best when..." but what many are losing sight of is the emotion and the poetic writing they this band ALWAYS delivers. "When we drive" struck my soul and brought me back to the days of listening to their earlier albums with my friends cruising around town and having a good time. Love this album completely!!!!!
  • Grew on me

    By Ickabod27
    It took a while for the album to grow on me, but eventually it did. I don't think that it has some of the depth of the earlier albums and the emotions aren't as raw, which I think makes the emotions layered in the songs more mature. The feeling is more a matter of, "well this is how life is" and acceptance of the realities of life, rather more of the angst that we feel when we are younger trying to emotionally fight against the events going on in our personal lives / world. Some of the songs almost feel like a different view on older songs for example: (When We Drive / Passenger Seat), (Summer Years / Cath). At first I didn't find the songs to be genuine, but the more I listened, the more I got it. I'm in my early 40's so is Ben and I think I was looking for what was in DCFC from what I listened to for the past 15 years (sorry wasn't there day 1), it's there, it's just different, and it should be. Ben writes from his soul and in this case, he's older and more mature, perspectives on life change too.
  • Wow

    By bill bones
    This is their best effort since Plans. They always have great music, but this is a whole album worth buying the on vinyl and letting it play beginning to end!
  • What a Gem!

    By Planetearthboy
    This is only the 3rd time I've felt compelled to write a review. This album is AMAZING! Nascar Jr beat me to what I was going to say, the vocals do sound like Neil Tennant whom I love. I feel like it's an amazing Pet Shop Boys album with the guitar of Johnny Marr from New Order thrown in there. Just a wonderful album that I keep listening to over and over once I've reached the end. Definitely a fan now as this is my first DCFC album ever purchased. Keep up the great sound!!!!!
  • Yes.

    By pulse0ne
    This album is reminiscent of Transatlanticism and yet has its own sound and vibe that proves how relevant DCFC has managed to stay over the years. Well done.

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