The Postal Service to Release Concert Film 'Everything Will Change' Nov. 14 [WATCH]
Consequence of Sound reports that influential electro-pop duo The Postal Service will be releasing a documentary about their 2013 reunion tour titled Everything Will Change. The Justin Mitchell-directed film primarily focuses on the duo’s performances at Berkeley, California’s Greek Theater over two nights in July 2013, and will also include interviews and backstage footage.
The film will screen for one night only, Nov. 14, at select theaters across the country and will be released by Sub Pop Records on DVD and Blu-ray Nov. 24. In addition to the DVD, Sub Pop will also be releasing a vinyl reissue of the Postal Service’s only album, Give Up, Nov. 24 as well.
You can check out the trailer for Everything Will Change here:
The Postal Service formed in 2001 as a side project of Death Cab for Cutie's Ben Gibbard and Dntel's Jimmy Tamborello, who would record their parts of each song separately and then send them to each other through the mail — hence their band name. Rilo Kiley's Jenny Lewis also contributed backing vocals to some of their songs.
Check out the setlist for Everything Will Change here:
"The District Sleeps Alone Tonight"
"We Will Become Silhouettes"
"Be Still My Heart"
"Our Secret" (Beat Happening cover)
"This Place Is a Prison"
"A Tattered Line of String"
"Such Great Heights"
"(This Is) the Dream of Evan and Chan
"Brand New Colony"
DVD & Blu-ray Special Features:
"Such Great Heights" music video
"We Will Become Silhouettes" music video
"The District Sleeps Alone Tonight" music video
"A Tattered Line of String" music video
"The Postal Service Auditions"
"The Postal Service: In Their Own Words"
Here are the movie theaters where Everything Will Change will be screening Nov. 14:
Burbank Town Center 6 — Burbank, California
Empire 25 — New York, New York
Metreon 16 — San Francisco, California
Pacific Place 11 — Seattle, Washington
River East 21 — Chicago, Illinois
Boston Commons 16 — Boston, Massachusetts
Cherry Hill 24 —Cherry Hill, New Jersey
Georgetown 14 — Washington, DC
Mission Valley 20 — San Diego, California
Northpark 15 — Dallas, Texas