Watch Death Cab For Cutie’s Ben Gibbard share new song ‘Life in Quarantine’ - EpicNews

Death Cab For Cutie‘s Ben Gibbard has released a new song called ‘Life in Quarantine’ – hearken to it under.

Taking a break from his ‘Live From Home’ series, which he began on Wednesday (March 18), Gibbard recorded the new song for his beloved Seattle.

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Gibbard’s ‘Live From Home’ sequence sees him carry out from his house studio, the place he could also be joined “digitally” by numerous friends. Fans are additionally be capable of request songs.

During the primary broadcast, Gibbard carried out The Postal Service‘s ‘We Will Become Silhouettes’, Death Cab’s ‘Crooked Teeth’ and extra. He additionally supplied up a canopy of Radiohead‘s classic ‘Fake Plastic Trees’.

Watch the primary efficiency under:

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Earlier in the present day, Prime Minister Boris Johnson tells pubs, restaurants and bars to close as coronavirus crisis continues, as the federal government makes an attempt to stretch out the height of the disaster, earlier than then pledging millions in grants and loans to secure these spaces’ future.

A campaign has also been launched for fans to buy a “digital pint” to support independent venues.

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Yesterday (March 19) noticed 40 Underground Tube stations closed down as the capital works to prevent citizens being in public spaces.

Recent weeks have seen many gigs, tours and festivals cancelled across the world to prevent the spread of coronavirus – with Glastonbury 2020 among the latest events to be pulled.

Many artists have since taken online to host virtual gigs to music fans whereas a lot of the world is in quarantine or self-isolation.

Meanwhile, Coachella has introduced that it will be postponed until October, whereas this month’s SXSW in Austin is also off and the latest induction for the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame is being postponed.

Get details of every cancelled gig, festival and tour due to coronavirus – and how to get your ticket refund.

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