The Scottish band put together a covers album as a tribute to their most beloved record before the death of their singer last year. They didn't change a note.
The frontman had a gift for finding the funny and the cripplingly sad in his songwriting.
Hutchison, 36, died after years of struggling with depression. But during that time he made joyous poetry out of being a boring adult still struggling to figure your shit out.
In a statement, the musician's family said "we are utterly devastated with the tragic loss of our beloved Scott."
Police are asking for anyone with information on the 36-year-old singer's whereabouts to come forward. His brother, Grant, thanked fans for their support this morning.
Just after the release of a surprise new side project, the frontman openly discusses the triumphs and missteps of his main band’s catalog.
This year's curator Robert Smith has added Death Cab for Cutie, Suzanne Vega, Low, and more to his predictably (but gloriously) morose lineup.
The band released the emotionally exhausting song first thing on Christmas Day.
The hastily-released response to the UK General Election was tagged "#Fuck The Tories" on Soundcloud.
The rain came down in Chicago and everyone kept on festivaling.
For their new video, the Scottish five-piece pump rich, textural swathes of sound through the cold, grand walls of a dead space.