Two new Postal Service songs will be on the ‘Give Up’ deluxe edition

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Yesterday the reunion of The Postal Service was confirmed and with that news came word of a deluxe, 10-year anniversary reissue of Give Up as well as a tour stop at Coachella.

Today the details of the reissue have been revealed and it will include a whopping 15 bonus tracks. Two of those tracks, “Turn Around” and “A Tattered Line of String,”are brand new songs. The other 13 songs cover everything the Postal Service has released that wasn’t on Give Up as well as live tracks and covers of Postal Service songs by The Shins and Iron & Wine. The deluxe edition of Give Up, which will also include the original, 10-track record, will be released April 9 via Sub Pop on double-disc CD, triple vinyl and a limited “Loser” edition which will be colored vinyl.

Here’s the track list:

Tracklisting:
Disc 1 (Original Album):
The District Sleeps Alone Tonight
Such Great Heights
Sleeping In
Nothing Better
Recycled Air
Clark Gable
We Will Become Silhouettes
This Place Is a Prison
Brand New Colony
Natural Anthem
Disc 2 (New Tracks, Rarities, B-Sides, Remixes, Cover Versions, etc.):
Turn Around
A Tattered Line of String
Be Still My Heart
There’s Never Enough Time
Suddenly Everything Has Changed
Against All Odds (Take a Look At Me Now)
Grow Old With Me
Such Great Heights (John Tejada Remix)
The District Sleeps Alone Tonight (DJ Downfall Persistent Beat Mix)
Be Still My Heart (Nobody Remix)
We Will Become Silhouettes (Matthew Dear Remix)
Nothing Better (Styrofoam Remix)
Recycled Air (Live on KEXP)
We Will Become Silhouettes (Performed by The Shins)
Such Great Heights (Performed by Iron and Wine)
Travis Hay

About Travis Hay

Travis Hay is a professional music journalist who has spent the past 13 years documenting and enjoying Seattle's diverse music scene. In 2009 he established Guerrilla Candy and is currently the site's editor and publisher. He has written for various media outlets including MSN Music, the Seattle-Post Intelligencer, Seattle Weekly, Crosscut.com and others and was the founder and former editor of the defunct music site Ear Candy.