Death Cab for Cutie Apologizes for Facebook Hack

Credit: We Are The RhoadsYou may have noticed Death Cab for Cutie's Facebook posts on Wednesday were a bit different than usual. That's because the band's Facebook was hacked, and a number of explicit images and links were posted to the page. The posts have since been removed, although you can view screen shots on Twitter. Death Cab has now issued an apology.

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

For any harm that the Death Cab hack may have caused, it did spawn the hashtag #DeathCabforBooty, so it wasn't all bad.

Death Cab for Cutie released their latest album, Kintsugi, earlier this year. The band will kick off a fall tour in support of Kintsugi September 4 in Portland, Maine.

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