Death Cab for Cutie

Death Cab for Cutie played Radio City Music Hall in NYC on Monday night (10/6) - their second, large, headlining show in NYC in less than four months, though this one didn't have to end early because of the weather.

"What a dump this place is," quipped Death Cab for Cutie frontman Ben Gibbard, perched atop the magnificent stage at New York's Radio City Music Hall last night. Then, unsure if people caught his sarcasm, he added, "No, really, this is an honor."

That anxious, awkward moment capped the first third of Death Cab's show, as both band and audience took their time acclimating to the legendary room. After the first five songs -- an admittedly slow build-up that included "The Employment Pages" and "We Laugh Indoors," two of the band's older tunes -- most of the 6,000 patrons at the sold-out gig remained seated, but not in a docile, complacent way: They were totally engaged, singing and bobbing atop Radio City's plush cushions. [SPIN]

St. Vincent opened and it was Annie Clark's second NYC show less than two weeks. More pictures and the setlist from the show below...

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DCFC RC Setlist: (via)

Employment Pages
Your Heart is an Empty Room
The New Year
Indoors
Crooked Teeth
Company Calls
Grapevine Fires
Summer Skin
Soul Meets Body
I'll Follow You Into the Dark
I Will Possess Your Heart
Cath
We Looked Like Giants
Long Division
The Sound of Settling
Bixby Canyon Brigde

Technicolor Girls
Title and Registration
Movie Script
Marching Bands of Manhattan
Transatlanticism