Ben Gibbard Doesn’t Think You Should Expect Another Full Length From The Postal Service

Ben Gibbard

The Postal Service frontman Ben Gibbard quashed the hopes of a lot of fans earlier today when he emphatically stated on Twitter that his electronic side project would not be putting out another album in the future.

“Never a new full-length,” was how Gibbard (@Gibbstack) capped off a tweet regarding the two new songs to appear on the 10th Anniversary Deluxe Reissue of The Postal Service’s debut album Give Up

Fans would be wise not to try pleading with Gibbard about this. It sounds like he’s getting tired of talking about it.

This isn’t the first time that Gibbard has stated that The Postal Service wouldn’t release a new album of material. Gibbard said as much in an interview back in October, stating that “I really enjoyed doing that record with Jimmy…I find that making music in computers involves a lot of mouse time… I don’t have an aesthetic for that.”

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