They spent their childhood on a farm in North Hampton before moving to London where, as teenagers, they each started getting into modeling, encouraging the others along.
Death Cab for Cutie: The Billboard Shoot"I'm not going to change the way I've always written for fear of people correctly or incorrectly assigning a name and face to these songs," says Gibbard, sitting in Atlantic's Manhattan offices, still wearing a brace on the wrist he broke while running a 50K race in February.
And, this month, Roger can add "motivational speaker" to his CV: he'll be delivering a TED talk about exercise and training.
Masters at riffing off of one another at family dinners and photoshoots alike, their enthusiasm for their work, hobbies, and each other is as appealing as their bodies..work.
For guys, it was the catchy riffs and snazzy solos on songs like “Something’s Happening,” “Doobie Wah” and “Do You Feel Like We Do? For girls, it was “Show Me the Way,” “Baby I Love Your Way” and Frampton’s shoulder-length curls, sparkly eyes and charming smile.
So when I heard that Frampton actually bought a house right down the road from us, I knew I had a pretty good in with this particular girl. It sat back in the woods, and I read in Time magazine that Frampton bought the estate because it reminded him of being in England.
Sure, you could chalk it all up to genetics; four of the family's eight siblings make a living off of their dashing good looks, and those four sets of identical, Zeus-like jaw lines don't hurt, either.