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Death Cab for Cutie:

Death Cab’s new single

and The Twilight Saga: New Moon

by Tash Jones

As soon as it started, my first thought, relaxation. “Everything Ends,” as calming as it is, it’s a break down to realization, as indeed everything does end. As I am not a current follower of the band, I cannot say whether this is weaker or stronger track out of their back catalogue, but it definitely wins the emotional vote, his voices fills the space and with the echoed effects it can do nothing less than soothe your mind. It has a Placebo-esque feel to it, but other than that it’s not too similar to what is out in the charts, but a perfectly placed song for the new film The Twilight Saga: New Moon, I cannot think where it will be placed in the film just yet, though I can picture flashbacks, and lots of wide rotating camera angles, where do you think it will be best suited in the film?


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