Pioneering indie rock band Death Cab for Cutie comes to Bangkok for the first time on March 3. Playing at Moonstar Studios (Lat Phrao 80), the core trio will be joined by two new touring members as they revisit three decades of music, including tracks from their eighth and latest album, “Kintsugi.” Death Cab for Cutie has undergone a transformation recently, as Chris Walla, an original member, left following the recording of “Kintsugi,” the title itself an allusion to the Japanese art of fixing broken ceramics with gold, highlighting rather than hiding the cracks. The band’s songs have always been made to share rather than bogart, with melodies and breakdowns and lyrics so relatable they often feel as universally familiar as a one-size-fits-all sweater. So even if this new album doesn’t transcend any of their previously constructed sonic arrangements, the music remains comfortably Death Cab, and the band is as entertaining to see live as ever. Tickets are B1800 and available at thaiticketmajor.com.