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LOOK: The Postal Service’s Website Tempts Us With A Reunion

By Staff on January 21, 2013

 

LOOK: The Postal Service’s Website Tempts Us With A Reunion

 

The Postal Service, Los Angeles' electro-indie-pop duo consisting of Ben Gibbard (Death Cab For Cutie) and Jimmy Tamborello (Dntel), exploded after the 2003 release of their debut album Give Up. The aptly titled album full of depressing, yet hopeful tracks seeped its way into popular culture when Give Up's hit single "Such Great Heights" was featured in Zach Braff's directoral debut Garden State.

 

After Give Up, The Postal Service began working on their sophomore release, but it never came together leaving the world to wonder what could have been. That was until this morning, when their official website featured a new graphic that only states: "The Postal Service -- 2013." Does this mean that the two will finally release their second album? Or will they just embark on a massive tour in honor of the 10th Anniversary of Give Up?

 

No one knows as of yet, but it definitely has started the music world buzzing again.

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