The Postal Service's 'Give Up' reissue to include previously unheard tracks

The 10th anniversary release will come out on April 8

The Postal Service's 'Give Up' reissue to include previously unheard tracks
The 10th anniversary re-issue of The Postal Service's seminal album, 'Give Up', will include two previously unheard tracks.

As well as the original 10 track album, the release will come with a second disc, featuring the 'new' tracks 'Turn Around' and 'A Tattered Line of String', which were recorded during the original album sessions, but never released.

The second disc will also include live recordings, remixes and covers of the band's material by Iron & Wine and The Shins. The reissue will be released on April 8.

Yesterday (January 21), it was reported that The Postal Service will be playing Coachella Valley Festival of Music and Arts in California this April.

The Postal Service released their only album, 'Give Up', in 2003. A collaborative effort between Benjamin Gibbard of Death Cab For Cutie and Jimmy Tamborello of DNTEL, the pair barely toured their album upon its release but have seen the songs develop a cult status in the 10 years since they called time on the project.

The 'Give Up' reissue tracklisting is:

Disc 1
'The District Sleeps Alone Tonight'
'Such Great Heights'
'Sleeping In'
'Nothing Better'
'Recycled Air'
'Clark Gable'
'We Will Become Silhouettes'
'This Place Is a Prison'
'Brand New Colony'
'Natural Anthem'

Disc 2
'Turn Around'
'A Tattered Line of String'
'Be Still My Heart'
'There’s Never Enough Time'
'Suddenly Everything Has Changed'
'Against All Odds (Take a Look At Me Now)'
'Grow Old With Me'
'Such Great Heights' (John Tejada Remix)
'The District Sleeps Alone Tonight' (DJ Downfall Persistent Beat Mix)
'Be Still My Heart' (Nobody Remix)
'We Will Become Silhouettes' (Matthew Dear Remix)
'Nothing Better' (Styrofoam Remix)
'Recycled Air' (Live on KEXP)
'We Will Become Silhouettes' (Performed by The Shins)
'Such Great Heights' (Performed by Iron and Wine)

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