On Monday night, Death Cab for Cutie finished up its latest U.S. tour in the warm local confines of the Paramount Theatre. It marked the end of the band's new beginning, concluding the first Death Cab tour since the departure of  guitarist/producer Chris Walla. The evening was peppered with several songs off the group's new album Kintsugi, but old favorites from Plans, Transatlanticism and even a couple from their first record, Something About Airplanes, made up a majority of the set. It was a night of fond sonic memories not only for fans, but also for frontman Ben Gibbard, who took a minute midway through the set to reminisce about his first rock show as a kid, a Mudhoney concert in 1992...at the Paramount.