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The Postal Service hasn’t become silhouettes just yet. Ben Gibbard ’s indietronica supergroup, which released one beloved album in 2003 and supposedly played its final show after a 2013 reunion, has been resurrected for a tour. And they’re doing it with Gibbard’s main gig, Death Cab for Cutie . The two bands will co-headline a tour next fall, with Gibbard performing back to back. It aligns with two big 20th anniversaries in the new year , for that Postal Service album Give Up and Death Cab’s massively influential Transatlanticism , both of which they’ll perform in full. Yes, the aughts nostalgia will reach such great heights . The tour kicks off September 8 in Portland, Maine, before running through the East Coast, including Madison Square Garden. It hits select cities in the Midwest and West, before concluding October 13 at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. Curiously, markets like Chicago and all of Texas are absent, meaning the bands could have some festival dates to add.

The Postal Service performances will reunite Gibbard with his collaborator Jimmy Tamborello, a.k.a. Dntel, along with their bandmate Jenny Lewis , for the first time since their last shows at Lollapalooza 2013. Death Cab for Cutie did tour with Lewis in 2019, allowing for a mini Postal Service reunion during some encores. The following year, the band faked out fans by teasing something , which ended up being a voting PSA and the release of the live album Everything Will Change . Now they’re really back — knowing there’s nothing better than a little nostalgia.

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Ben Gibbard , thank god, is self-aware. “I know for a fact I will never have a year again like 2003,” he said in a press release announcing this fall’s double twentieth anniversary tour celebrating Death Cab for Cutie ’s Transatlanticism and the Postal Service ’s Give Up . “...These two records will be on my tombstone, and I’m totally fine with that. I’ve never had a more creatively inspired year.”

Few musicians have released two culture-shifting records in the span of a single year, and even less have done it with two different musical outfits. And while it may seem like a gauntlet to play every night, for 30+ shows, Gibbard said in a recent interview that for him, performing two 45-minute albums back to back, with a brief intermission to swap bands and outfits, is roughly the same workload as a typical two-hour Death Cab for Cutie concert. Maybe there’s a touch of pride as well: “I felt [that] because I found myself in this unique position to even attempt this, it would be foolish not to do it.”

Back in 2003, Death Cab for Cutie was Gibbard’s main band and the Postal Service was his side project, the latter coming about through traded tracks with producer Jimmy Tamborello (aka Dntel ) sent via snail mail. Eventually Jenny Lewis , then of Rilo Kiley, joined in, providing gorgeous vocal tension for Gibbard on Give Up , the first and only Postal Service LP. They were barely a band in a traditional sense—they played just one tour, in 2003—but it hardly mattered: commercially speaking, the platinum-selling Give Up eclipsed anything Death Cab ever released. Which was impressive in its own right: Transatlanticism went Gold, became Seth Cohen’s entire personality on The O.C. , and remains a touchstone for fans of introspective, emo-tinged indie rock. But Give Up was a force of nature among young millennials, with its glowing-orb synths and chintzy-feeling drum machines, its soft-focus masculinity and doomed romance, and its massive hooks that launched a thousand late-2000s/early 2010s vocal-electronic indie acts .

When the Postal Service returned a decade ago, to headline festivals and tour nationally, the nostalgia cycle for the early 2000s hadn’t yet commenced—it was mostly that no one had ever seen the trio live. Death Cab, on the other hand, was and is a touring workhorse; you could catch a song or two off Transatlanticism at any one of their many tours over the last 20 years. Bottling that moment in time now is smart, just as my generation is facing middle age and longing (even more) for the music of their youth.

On Tuesday night, at the first of two tour stops at Madison Square Garden, Transatlanticism opened the show, providing the initial pang of nostalgic catharsis. Death Cab, which has been performing without original guitarist-producer Chris Walla for nearly a decade, sounded heavy in the places needed to deliver that catharsis, like the overpowering crescendo of the title track. (Drummer Jason McGerr brought a brooding power to these songs.) In the few bright spots on a classic record about the bummerdom of long distance relationships, like “The Sound of Settling,” the quartet really kicked up the energy; Gibbard seemed like he might sustain physical damage with how forcefully he was jangling his arm at his guitar.

I saw the Transatlanticism tour as a teenager, dragged my dad to it in fact (he made me leave early), and I don’t remember Gibbard having anywhere near this much goofy charisma. (A coworker who saw both Death Cab and the Postal Service live in 2003 felt the same way.) Gibbard is now an avid runner , and it’s hard to not think of that when he’s so light on his feet onstage, moving spryly along to the moody grooves where he used to spend most of his time on stage flipping his bangs out of his face. When he took the front part of the stage alone to sing Transatlanticism ’s saddest ballad, “Passenger Seat,” he came across like a tender-hearted crooner, an indie-rock game Chris Isaak. When he sang lines like, “When you need directions/Then I’ll be the guide/For all time,” fans screamed out their devotion in return. On bended knee, a visibly moved Gibbard blew kisses to the crowd at the end of the song. He seemed at peace with the angsty masterpiece he made as a young man, and the role it’s played in the lives of listeners who are now adults themselves.

Of course, not everyone was singing each over-articulated verse of “Tiny Vessels” quietly to herself. Most people throughout the seated areas of the arena spent the entire Transatlanticism set sitting down. But the floor was packed by the time the Postal Service took the stage around 10 p.m., people in the stands were finally on their feet, and Gibbard had switched out of an all-black outfit into a white one (the red mic cords, a nod to the Transatlanticism album cover, were also swapped), all meaning: It’s time for a little fun.

The Postal Service set had more energy, and it wasn’t just the crowd or the peppier nature of the songs. Gibbard, Lewis, Tamborello, and multi-instrumentalist Dave Depper turned MSG into an in-my-feelings dance party. Every fan I talked to before seeing the tour had commented on what a gift it is to see Jenny Lewis up there, and they weren’t wrong: she appeared to be having the time of her life, twirling around in a chic white dress, banging drums and shredding guitar, dueting adorably with Gibbard on “Nothing Better.” (“It’s kind of a boy-girl thing,” he cheekily commented before that track.) Unsurprisingly, the live versions of “The District Sleeps Alone” and “Such Great Heights” hit the hardest; these homespun little dance tracks felt like they had been written for arenas.

At a show where you know every turn of the setlist, an element of surprise is a gift. The encore consisted of “Such Great Heights” again, performed acoustically by Gibbard and Lewis in the folksy style of Iron & Wine’s cover, and both bands teaming up to go to town on Depeche Mode’s “Enjoy the Silence.” The last song’s for “the old heads,” Gibbard said, and the stage lights turned rainbow. It’s nice to dance to songs that made you cry in your youth, like a happy ending to a sad story.

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The Postal Service and Death Cab for Cutie bring joint tour to Seattle

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A double dose of indie nostalgia is coming to Climate Pledge Arena.

A reunited Postal Service and Death Cab for Cutie are joining forces for a co-headlining tour celebrating the 20th anniversary of two seminal albums — The Postal Service’s one-and-done smash “Give Up” and Death Cab’s major-label breakout “Transatlanticism.”

Ben Gibbard, who fronts both bands, will pull double duty on the tour that reunites The Postal Service for their first live performances in a decade.

Presales for the Climate Pledge gig, which takes place Oct. 7, 2023, begin 10 a.m. Dec. 14, with remaining tickets on sale to the general public 10 a.m. Dec. 16.

“I know for a fact I will never have a year again like 2003. The Postal Service record came out, ‘Transatlanticism’ came out. These two records will be on my tombstone, and I’m totally fine with that. I’ve never had a more creatively inspired year,” Gibbard said in a news release.

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Indie pop fans were overjoyed when Ben Gibbard, Jimmy Tamborello, and Jenny Lewis - better known collectively as the early '00s supergroup The Postal Service - announced a new reunion tour to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of the release of their sole album Give Up , but they also know that the best tickets for the handful of scheduled dates are sure to go fast. Especially since Death Cab for Cutie will also perform. So make sure you're there to hear "We Will Become Silhouettes" and "Against All Odds" live - check The Postal Service Tour info below, and get tickets now!

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RANCHO MIRAGE, CA — Today, the Postal Service issued a commemorative stamp celebrating the life of former First Lady Betty Ford on the campus of Eisenhower Health, adjacent to the Betty Ford Center in Rancho Mirage, CA. She was the wife of Gerald R. Ford, the 38th president, and widely admired for her support of women’s rights and her candor about the serious health challenges she faced.

The stamp was dedicated by Amber McReynolds, vice chair of the Postal Service’s Board of Governors. Also attending were Susan Ford Bales, Betty Ford’s daughter; Marty Massiello, CEO of Eisenhower Health; Dr. Joseph Lee, president and CEO of the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation; and Tessa Voss, also of the foundation. 

“It is fitting for the Postal Service to honor Mrs. Ford this way, because she was an outspoken and enthusiastic supporter of women’s rights and aspirations. Our organization has a proud record of providing opportunities for women throughout its history,” said McReynolds. “The first female postmaster, Mary Katharine Goddard, took office in Baltimore all the way back in 1775, and today, more than half of all postmasters are women.”

“With this magnificent stamp, the Postal Service and the American people pay tribute to a woman of extraordinary courage and candor, to a transformative first lady, and to a devoted wife,” said Bales. “In so doing they honor a woman that, today and in my every tomorrow, I am so proud to call Mom.”

“There are times when courageous people stand up and change the conversation for America. Betty Ford did that for both breast cancer and addiction — replacing shame and isolation with dignity, community and equitable care,” Lee said. “Thanks to her, millions of people in this country felt seen for the very first time. And that is why Betty Ford is a national treasure, and why all of us feel inspired for a lifetime to carry her charge.”

Ford was born Elizabeth Anne Bloomer on April 8, 1918, in Chicago. At the age of 2, she moved with her family to Grand Rapids, MI, where she spent her childhood. Young Betty began dancing at the age of 8 and excelled, moving to New York City to study under the legendary Martha Graham and joining her troupe to perform at Carnegie Hall. She returned to Grand Rapids and married William C. Warren in 1942, divorcing him in 1947.

A couple of months after her divorce, she began dating a local lawyer, Gerald R. Ford. They married on Oct. 15, 1948, while he was running for a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives. Three weeks later, he won, and the couple would spend the next 28 years in Washington, DC. They welcomed four children from 1950 to 1957.

Gerald Ford rose to the role of House minority leader in 1965. On Oct. 10, 1973, Vice President Spiro Agnew resigned, and two days later, Ford was nominated to replace him, assuming the office on Dec. 6. As the Watergate scandal deepened, President Richard Nixon resigned on Aug. 9, 1974, making Gerald Ford the first U.S. president who had never been elected president or vice president.

The self-assured new first lady quickly ingratiated herself to the American public through interviews displaying her humor and characteristic frankness about controversial issues.

After being diagnosed with breast cancer, Ford underwent a mastectomy on Sept. 28, 1974. While the medical issues of previous first ladies weren’t always disclosed, Ford chose to share the story of her operation for the once-taboo medical condition. The awareness she brought caused a spike of self-examinations leading to a rise in reported cases that became known as the “Betty Ford blip.”

Ford fought openly for women’s rights, often conflicting with the stances of her husband’s Republican Party. She campaigned tirelessly for the Equal Rights Amendment, which would have mandated constitutional equality for all Americans, regardless of gender. The first lady wrote letters, called senators and representatives, and traveled across the country to lobby for the amendment’s passage. She persuaded her husband to appoint more women to his administration than any previous president and lobbied him to appoint the first woman to the Supreme Court or as his running mate. “I do not believe that being first lady should prevent me from expressing my views,” she said.

Ford began taking prescription pain pills for a pinched nerve in her neck in 1964 and, over time, developed a substance use disorder that involved misuse of her medication as well as alcohol. In 1978, she entered the Naval Regional Medical Hospital in Long Beach, CA, for treatment. As with her breast cancer, she publicly acknowledged her illness, putting a face to the disease and forever changing the American public’s perception of the issue.

In 1982, Ford and Leonard Firestone, a former ambassador and family friend, established the Betty Ford Center substance use disorder treatment center, which is now part of the nonprofit Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation. She agreed to lend her name to the center, hoping to destigmatize substance use disorder treatment at a time when it wasn’t spoken about openly — especially by women — and options for treatment were scarce. Ford served as chair of the board of directors and was frequently seen at the center.

Derry Noyes, an art director for USPS, designed the stamp using a detail from the official 1977 White House portrait by Felix de Cossio. The oil-on-canvas portrait, which is part of the White House collection, courtesy of The White House Historical Association, shows Mrs. Ford seated, wearing a pale blue chiffon dress. “Betty Ford” is written in white across the bottom of the stamp, with the word “Forever” positioned at the upper-left side.

The Betty Ford stamp is being issued in panes of 20 and is a Forever stamp, meaning it will always be equal in value to the current First-Class Mail 1 ounce price. News of the stamp is being shared with the hashtag #BettyFordStamp .

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