The Postal Service announce concert film, vinyl edition of Give Up

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The Postal Service’s 2013 reunion tour will be chronicled in a new feature-length documentary. Entitled Everything Will Change, the film captures the band’s two-night stand at the Greek Theater in Berkley, California in July 2013, along with interviews and backstage footage of the band. Justin Mitchell served as director.

On November 14th, Everything Will Change will be screened for one-night only in select AMC theaters across the US, with a DVD and Blu-ray release following on November 24th through Sub Pop Records.

Below, watch the film’s trailer.

 

 

 

Also on November 24th, Sub Pop will issued The Postal Service’s seminal LP, Give Up, as a single vinyl LP for the first time.

Everything Will Change Tracklist:
“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)

Everything Will Change Screenings:

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

 

Nuland ‘Anxious to Shift Kiev From Diplomacy to Warfare’: Professor of Sociology

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, second left, talks with the Assistant Secretary for European and Eurasian Affairs Victoria Nuland, second right, in Kiev, Ukraine, Oct. 6, 2014.

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, second left, talks with the Assistant Secretary for European and Eurasian Affairs Victoria Nuland, second right, in Kiev, Ukraine, Oct. 6, 2014.

 

WASHINGTON, October 7 (RIA Novosti) – US Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Victoria Nuland’s visit to the Ukrainian capital Kiev indicates that Washington is worried that the Ukrainian government is hesitating to gain control over the country’s East militarily, Professor Emeritus of Sociology at Binghamton University in New York James Petras has told RIA Novosti.

“Nuland, who is considered by most experts in the United States a neo-conservative extremist, was the architect of the coup [in Ukraine]. Since the stalemate has taken place, Washington has increased its flow of advisors to western Ukraine and I think that Nuland is particularly anxious to shift Kiev from diplomacy to warfare”, Petras said Monday.

He also noted that Nuland’s main goal in Kiev is “to take [Ukrainian President] Mr. [Petro] Poroshenko to task for spending so much time talking and not as much time planning and strategizing for a new phase in the military dimensions of the conflict.”

The expert went further by arguing that the militarization of foreign policy has become the principle strategy of Washington.

In addition, Professor Petras stated that the United States is offering Kiev very limited economic aid and is particularly interested in privatization of the Ukrainian economy.

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and US Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland have discussed the implementation of the Minsk agreements, aimed at resolving the situation in southeastern Ukraine, the Ukrainian president’s official website reported Monday.

The September 5 meeting of the Contact Group of Ukraine resulted in a ceasefire agreement between the Ukrainian government and pro-independence forces, which came into force that same day. The sides agreed on a nine-point memorandum, specifying the implementation of the ceasefire during another meeting of the group.

 

Two Children Killed, Five Wounded Near Donetsk

Two children have been killed and five wounded as a result of a shell burst.

Two children have been killed and five wounded as a result of a shell burst.

 

KIEV, October 4 (RIA Novosti) – Two children have been killed and five wounded as a result of a shell burst in Zuhres, Donetsk Region, the state administration of the region said Saturday.

“The tragedy happened on Friday evening. Seven schoolchildren found an unburst shell. As they tried to move it, the weapon exploded; two children died on the spot,” the administration stated.

According to the source, five other children were wounded, being taken to hospitals in Khartsyzk and Makiivka.

In April, Ukrainian authorities launched a military operation in the country’s southeast, where independence supporters refused to accept the new government that was put in power following a coup in February.

The self-proclaimed Donetsk and Luhansk people’s republics in eastern Ukraine held referendums this May on self-determination. Over 90 percent of the voters cast their votes for greater autonomy. The republics declared themselves sovereign states as a result.

On September 5, a truce was brokered by Russia and the OSCE, which is for the most part maintained. However, the sides blame one another for violating it. Reports from DPR claim that the Ukrainian forces are firing shells at residential buildings from the area near the airport of Donetsk, thus forcing the independence supporters to open fire.

According to UN estimates, the conflict has so far killed over 3,600 people and injured over 8,500.