Watch the video of their performance after the jump!
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The space bunny on The Shins‘ new album, Port Of Morrow, comes to life in a post-apocalyptic environment for their “It’s Only Life” video. These are the best visuals you will see involving a band utilizing their cover artwork to the fullest. Hands down.
James Mercer is captured by the strange creatures and drag to his fate. This video was directed by Hiro Murai.
Port Of Morrow is available now on iTunes through Mercer’s Aural Apothecary imprint (Columbia Records). Pick up your copy now!
The Shins have announced a huge world tour run in support of their latest album, Port of Morrow, and UTG has all of the dates right here! These dates will spread from North America in May and end up back in the states around October.
Support on select dates for this enormous tour will come from The Head and The Heart, Blind Pilot, and The Antlers. View the entire itinerary by clicking through the jump and let Under The Gun Review if you plan on attending any shows!
Port Of Morrow is available now on iTunes through James Mercer’s …
Today, The Shins launched a stream of their new animated music video for the song “The Rifle’s Spiral” and it is truly an adventure.
Emmy-winning director Jamie Caliri creates an stop-motion animation world of eerie figures and landscapes to make us think outside the box. This song comes off the group’s latest effort, Port Of Morrow, through Sub Pop Records. This is one release you definitely need to have in your collection. Caliri had this to say regarding the making of the video, according to Nowness.
“I have always loved Edward Gorey’s illustration work and his influence is …
The Shins graced Jimmy Kimmel last night to give the viewers some great tips to survive Coachella this weekend and perform some songs!
The band discusses what footwear is appropriate for the event, the art of stage-diving, tree sex and much more. One clip you do not want to pass up. The Shins also performed their new songs “Simple Song” and “The Rifle’s Spiral.”
Check out these awesome videos by simply heading through the jump and please check out UTG’s review of The Shin album, Port Of Morrow, from our own Josh Hammond! This album is out through James …
The organizers of Lollapalooza have officially unveiled the lineup for this year’s return to Chicago’s Grant Park 8/3-8/5.
Appearing to be pretty much the exact lineup that was circling as a rumor not too long ago, the 2012 lineup for Lollapalooza promises headline appearances from Red Hot Chili Peppers, Black Sabbath, Black Keys, and Jack White. The complete list of performers is as follows:
Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Black Keys, Black Sabbath, Jack White, Florence + the Machine, At the Drive-In, Avicii, The Shins, Justice, Passion Pit, Sigur Ros, The Weeknd, M83, Miike Snow, The Afghan Whigs, Bloc Party, …
Artist: The Shins
Album: Port of Morrow
Genre: Indie Rock
Label: Columbia Records
In life, there is a long ass list of things that people take too seriously. Religion, politics and The Shins new album top that list. The second that Port of Morrow hit NPR, masses of talking heads protested against its existence. Like a kid in a grocery store who had been told no to his request for a candy bar, they flopped down in the aisles, kicking and screaming. “This doesn’t sound like The Shins” they exclaimed. “It sounds more like a James Mercer solo record!” One …
The Shins are streaming their new album Port of Morrow on iTunes right now, all you have to do is click here to launch to get to the page! This is the follow-up to their 2007 release Wincing the Night Away, so to say that listeners have been anxiously awaiting this newest record is an understatement.
Check out the stream and let UTG know what you think of The Shins’ newest release in the comments!
Indie rockers The Shins were the special musical guest on last night’s Jonah Hill-hosted episode of Saturday Night Live.
This great performance of the band’s “Simple Song” is off of their forthcoming release Port of Morrow. Look out for this album to hit stores and everywhere on March 20 through James Mercer’s Aural Apothecary imprint (Columbia Records).
Please watch this live performance by simply heading through the jump and let Under The Gun Review know if you enjoyed The Shins showing!
The Shins have announced they will be ending their two year hiatus with a performance at this year’s Outside Lands Festival. As if that’s not a good enough way to start the day, click below to stream a new song James Mercer has said WILL BE on the next Shins’ album.
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In our interview with Shins frontman James Mercer in May, he teased us with a new project. “Both the label and the person I collaborated with are like, ‘We should chill,’ so I’m not going to talk about that,” he said. Well, Mercer is chilling no longer, apparently.
Mercer has teamed up with producer extraordinaire/one half of Gnarls Barkley Danger Mouse to form a new band. The band’s name is still up in the air, but they’re going with Broken Bells for the time being. The debut from Broken Bells (or whichever name they decide to go …