The Postal Service - 'Turn Around' [Listen]
It's been ten years since the formative duo of Death Cab For Cutie frontman Ben Gibbard and producer Jimmy Tamborello have created anything new as The Postal Service, but when rumors started to swirl a few months back of a reunion, there was some hope.
After joining a slew of upcoming music festival lineups, the duo finally started releasing new music. Earlier today, the group debuted 'Turn Around,' the second new track from the group featured on the deluxe reissue of their debut album Give Up.
The track premiered over at 107.7 The End, but has since been taken down. However a small 30-second sample of the track is still available below.
Give Up will be reissued April 8th in the UK and April 9th in the U.S. via Sup Pop. Catch the duo this May with a limited number of European tour dates.
The Postal Service European Tour Dates:
- 8 – Manchester UK @ Academy 2
- 20 – London UK @ Brixton Academy
- 21 – Paris FR @ Trianon
- 23 – Barcelona SP @ Primavera Sound 2013
Ben Gibbard and Beastie Boys' Ad-Rock scoring films that will premiere at the Sundance Film Festival
Gibbard's score is featured on Laggies, that will be screened several times during the festival (the first being on the 17th), a drama starred by Chloë Grace Moretz, Keira Knightley and Sam Rockwell, and directed by Lynn Shelton, while Ad-Rock has written the music for No No: A Dockumentary, about 60s/70s baseball pitcher Dock Ellis who supposedly threw a no-hitter while high on LSD. The documentary will premiere on the 20th. [read more]
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