Death Cab for Cutie Share Video for 'Good Help (Is Hard To Find)'
Death Cab For Cutie have shared a new video for upcoming single 'Good Help (Is Hard To Find)'. It's the latest release taken from last year's 'Kintsugi' album, band's 8th studio album.
The video marks the third collaboration with Walter Robot, who was the mind behind the band’s 2008’s single “Grapevine Fires.” The animated clip depicts the dull lives of every day office workers. One of their luck changes however, when they stumble into the desert and end up on national news after a rescue mission.The worker suddenly becomes a celebrity without really knowing how he ended up there.
Speaking about the new video Robot said in a press release, “This one definitely feels more mature but also the oddest of the three. The idea started from a sketch Bill made of a dumb looking guy with a hole in his head.”
At the end of last year, Death Cab For Cutie's singer Ben Gibbard criticised Apple Music, saying that he doesn't see a scenario in which artists will ever make money from streaming services.
Gibbard was among the first artists to criticise Tidal when it launched earlier this year and maintained a similar stance when quizzed about Apple Music by NME.
"It seems like the model for every streaming service that exists at the moment is based upon building a monopoly," Gibbard said. "[Streaming services are saying] when people start using our service, that’s when artists will see real money, but that’s just not how it’s going to happen."