192 pages, 11.25 × 9 × 1 in
November 5, 2012
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 0811869512
ISBN - 13: 9780811869515
About the Book
Over the course of six albums-from celebrated indie releases to #1 on the Billboard charts-Death Cab for Cutie's open-hearted pop has earned a large and devoted audience. Photographer and close friend to the band Autumn de Wilde has spent years documenting them, with unique access to their recording sessions, tours, and downtime. This book collects 200 of her candid and compelling images, including the recording of their Grammy-nominated breakthrough album Plans in a farmhouse turned studio in upstate New York. Also including conversations with and personal ephemera from the band, this is an intimate, must-have portrait for die-hard fans.
From the Publisher
Autumn de Wilde has been photographing Death Cab for Cutie for many years. Her close connection with the band began while shooting a couple of shows at the tail end of their tour for'Transatlantacism' . The band invited her to Long View Farm in wintry Massachusetts to document the recording of their album'Plans' , and a creative collaboration was formed. She continued on tour with them for that record and subsequent recordings and tours. This book collects more than 200 of her best candid on- and off-stage images, along with personal ephemera contributed by the band and conversations that illuminate the photographs and Death Cab's music.
About the Author
Autumn de Wilde has worked with Beck, Spoon, Wilco, Jenny Lewis, the Decemberists, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Girls, Conor Oberst, Norah Jones, and many others, and is documenting the life and work of the fashion designers Rodarte. Her books include Elliott Smith and The White Stripes: Under Great White Northern Lights, both published by Chronicle Books. She lives in Los Angeles.