Death Cab For Cutie have posted a new statement vowing to make their live shows a "safe space" in reaction to Trump's election win.
It's been a long seven days. Donald Trump's unlikely election win may have turned polls on their head, but his rhetoric throughout his campaign left much to be desired.
Musicians were resolute in their criticism of the Republican candidate, with Death Cab For Cutie helping open Dave Eggers’ anti-Trump 30 Days, 50 Songs program.
Now the band have reacted to Trump's victory by vowing to make each of their shows a "safe place" for "people of all colors, all genders, all sexual orientations and all beliefs to come together to celebrate music, love and mutual respect".
The note ends: "Be kind to one another, stand up for one another and take care of one another."
Check out Death Cab For Cutie's missive below.