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The Postal Service to Release Documentary Concert Film, “Everything Will Change”

On Blu-ray and DVD Nov. 24

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Finishing their massive reunion tour this year, The Postal Service have announced the release of Everything Will Change, a full-length documentary concert film capturing the band’s two-night performance at Berkeley’s Greek Theatre. Directed by Justin Mitchell, the film will feature intimate interviews, backstage footage of the band, and of course, professionally shot video of the sold-out performances. The motion picture will be made available on Blu-ray and DVD on Nov. 24, with special preview screening taking place in select theaters on Nov. 14. You can view the full details of the Blu-ray/DVD and theater addresses below.

The Postal Service
Everything Will Change

Includes never-before-seen live recordings of the following tracks:
“The District Sleeps Alone Tonight”
“We Will Become Silhouettes”
“Sleeping In”
“Turn Around”
“Nothing Better”
“Recycled Air”
“Be Still My Heart”
“Clark Gable”
“Our Secret” (Beat Happening cover)
“This Place Is a Prison”
“A Tattered Line of String”
“Such Great Heights”
“Natural Anthem”
”(This Is) The Dream of Evan and Chan”
“Brand New Colony”

Special Features:
“Such Great Heights” Music Video (directed by Josh & Xander)
“We Will Become Silhouettes” Music Video (directed by Jared Hess)
“The District Sleeps Alone Tonight” Music Video (directed by Cobra Kai)
“A Tattered Line of String” Music Video (directed by AB/CD/CD)
“The Postal Service Auditions” (directed by Tom Scharpling)
“The Postal Service: In Their Own Words” (directed by Tom Scharpling)

Main Features:
Video: 1080p High Definition
Audio: 5.1 (English)
Subtitles: English

Special Features:
Video: Standards Vary
Audio: Stereo (English)
Subtitles: English

Blu-ray Disc:
Region Free: This DVD is Playable in All Regions
This film has not been rated
86 minutes

Screening Information:
AMC Theatres (select cities)
Friday, November 14th, 2014
Doors 7pm, 8pm start time
$10 / Purchase tickets here

Burbank Town Center 6
770 North 1st Street, Burbank
Burbank, CA 91501
Empire 25
234 West 42nd Street
New York, NY 10036

Metreon 16
2325 101 Fourth Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
Pacific Place 11
600 Pine Street, 4th floor
Seattle, WA 98101

River East 21
322 East Illinois Street
Chicago, IL 60611

Boston Commons 16
175 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02111

Cherry Hill 24
2121 Route 38
Cherry Hill, NJ 08002

Georgetown 14
3111 K Street, NW
Washington, DC 20007

Mission Valley 20
1640 Camino Del Rio, North
San Diego, CA 92108

Northpark 15
8687 N. Central Expressway, Suite 3000
Dallas, TX 75225



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November 29th 2018

A decade after releasing their only album, The Postal Service-a side project of Death Cab’s Ben Gibbard and producer Jimmy Tamborello-has been rewarding fans with a reunion tour, deluxe re-release, and now a 14 minute long documentary Some Idealistic Future. The film, available to stream on YouTube, was directed by Justin Mitchell as part of The Creator’s Project. The film features interviews with Gibbard, Tamborello, and Jenny Lewis, and captures behind the scenes moments at the band’s shows at Barclay’s Center on their recent reunion tour. Tamborello goes through his now obsolete computers and samplers that he used on Give Up, and Gibbard talks about what inspired the songs and the circumstances that led to The Postal Service.