Album: Live From The Lot. Released: 2012. Previously on NewAlbumReleases. net: January 18, 2018 - The Shins – The Worms Heart (2018). March 7, 2017 - The Shins – Heartworms (2017). November 29, 2013 - The Shins – Live At Third.
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New Slang" is a song by American rock band The Shins, released on February 19, 2001 as the lead single from the group's debut studio album, Oh, Inverted World (2001). Written by guitarist and vocalist James Mercer, it concerns his hometown of Albuquerque, New Mexico and his experiences there in his late 20s. The lyrics are fueled with "angst and confusion," as Mercer was finding himself constantly depressed and disconnected from his friends and scene.
The Shins filmed themselves and then converted each frame of the footage into stickers to create their latest music video. Half a Million is from the band’s fifth album Heartworms, which was released in March through Columbia Records.
the success of the album, The Shins left their longtime label, Sub Pop, for Mercer's own label, Aural Apothecary. The Shins have also performed on Nick J. s educational music show Yo Gabba Gabba! Hiatus and one-man band (2008–13). Mercer described the Shins as a "pop project" from the beginning. The group were inspired by any and all music that they discovered. Everything we listen to makes its way in somehow, but we've been inspired by a bunch of bands who basically just keep reinventing the same thing," said Mercer. The group received comparisons to the "pop revivalists" at the Elephant 6 Recording Collective early in their career, such as The Apples in Stereo, whilst Mercer's vivid, often surrealist lyrics. "Hangout Festival 2013 live stream: Watch the Shins, Tom Petty and more". Retrieved June 15, 2013.
The Shins perform during the 2016 Life is Beautiful festival on Sept. 23, 2016 in Las Vegas. In anticipation of the March 10 release of Heartworms, The Shins performed seven new songs at a sold-out show at Pomona’s Fox Theater on Saturday night. James Mercer, whose band celebrated its 20th anniversary last year, has said that Heartworms, the follow-up to 2012’s Port of Morrow, is more classically Shins: I made a concerted effort on some songs to fit the palette, to use the palette that I’ve historically used for the band. A few of the songs had subtle changes from the album versions, such as Gone for Good, which was slightly slower and had a more pointed harmonica introduction in the live version. Before performing Mine’s Not a High Horse from Chutes Too Narrow, Mercer playfully said, I just need one second to breathe the air.
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