Death Cab For Cutie apologise after hacker posts sexually explicit images on band’s Facebook page

Band offer 'sincere apologies' for the 'explicit content'

Death Cab For Cutie have issued a statement after their Facebook page was hacked on Wednesday (August 19).

A series of explicit links and images were posted to the band’s official account, most specifically animated images depicting different sexual positions.

The posts were soon deleted, but not before fans captured screenshots and uploaded the images online. The incident also spawned the hashtag “#deathcabforbooty”.


A statement from the band apologised for the “explicit content”, saying that “fans will not be subjected to these kind of posts in the future”.

DCfC’s Facebook was hacked this evening and explicit content was posted to the page. The account is now secure and fans will not be subjected to these kind of posts in the future. Our sincere apologies.

Posted by Death Cab for Cutie on Wednesday, 19 August 2015


Death Cab For Cutie will tour the this November following the release of ‘Kintsugi’ in March, their eighth record to date and the first release following the departure of long-time guitarist and producer Chris Walla.

Death Cab For Cutie play:

Glasgow Academy (November 2)
Manchester Academy (3)
London Brixton Academy (4)
Birmingham Academy (5)


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