The band revisits their 2002 debut during hometown show in Portland.
“Lake Song” and “Philomena” offer our first preview of the band’s seventh LP.
Awards for: Best Headliner, Most Colorful Performance, Best Sunday Wake-up Call, and more.
Colin Meloy and Co. play 15-song setlist, featuring two brand new songs.
While you were watching Parks and Rec, he was performing new music.
Watch: Parks and Rec’s incredible season finale, with The Decemberists, Jeff Tweedy, and Yo La Tengo
The Unity Concert lived up to the hype.
Yo La Tengo will play a Night Ranger cover band (!)
Colin Meloy and Co. will perform a benefit concert in Portland in May.
So long 2013. Hello 2014.
“I’m starting to dabble with [new] Decemberists stuff.”
Straight from our walls for your reading leisure.
Decemberists frontman records fourth covers EP.
Ten years later, does it deserve to be considered “a classic”?
Meloy hits the road by himself for the first time in five years.
Enter the new class.
The worlds of The Simpsons and Portlandia collide.
Colin Meloy tweets picture of yellow, cartoon band.
“I hate to tell you, but it’s time for school.” -Sally, Peanuts
Karaoke 2: The New Batch
Melodramas you can dance to…
Plus, more details on the rest of the Hunger Games soundtrack.
Another collaboration from Voice of Ages.
We All Raise Our Voices To The Air is out in March.
Post-apocalyptic film hits screens in March.
This is why we have an Art Department.
Click. Click. Click.
Foo Fighters, Kanye West, and Radiohead also receive love.
Celtic music mainstays announces 50th anniversary collaborative album.
The King is…markedly boring.
Yet another track from Long Live the King.
Four tracks in as many days. How ya like that?
Hear track #3 from the band’s EP.
Hear track #2 from the band’s new EP.
Hear the opening track to the band’s new EP.
Leftovers from The King Is Dead and a Grateful Dead cover.