For the past two weeks, Ben Gibbard has been streaming daily live concerts from his house, and as his Live From Home sessions come to an end this weekend the Death Cab For Cutie frontman is giving fans one last surprise. On Friday (March 27), the band revealed a limited edition silkscreen poster commemorating the series on Instagram.
"We’re excited to release this limited edition silkscreen poster for Ben's Live From Home livestream shows, designed by @simonmarchner," DCFC wrote alongside two versions of the poster. "It’s available in two colorways, the all blue hues version is limited to 50 copies which will be signed by Ben and the alternate colorway version is unsigned. All proceeds will benefit @auroracommons, a Seattle-based non-profit that provides a safe space for people temporarily experiencing homelessness."
You can buy the hand-printed posters here. See the post below.
On Thursday (March 26), Gibbard released a song he wrote in quarantine, aptly titled "Life in Quarantine." Song proceeds will also go to Aurora Commons, which is helping the homeless community shelter-in-place during the coronavirus pandemic. His final Live From Home performance is on Sunday (March 29) at 4pm PST and can be streamed here.
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