The Shins add extra date to US tour

Overwhelming demand leads to more shows

The Shins add extra date to US tour
The Shins have added an extra show to their US tour due to overwhelming demand.

The band will now play two nights at the Seatlle Paramount Theatre in the city on February 18 and 20.

The band are currently enjoying a wave of success following the release of their third album ’Wincing The Night Away’, which was released on January 23 and charted at Number Two on the Billboard chart.

The band recently played a surprise show at London’s Oxford Street Virgin Megastore and following their US tour, will head back to the UK for two more sold-out shows in London, including an NME Shockwaves Awards performance at the Astoria on February 25.

The dates are:

Minneapolis, MN First Avenue (February 8)
Milwaukee, Wisconsin Eagles Ballroom (9)
Chicago, Illinois Congress Theater (10)
St. Louis, MO Pageant (11)
Lawrence, KS Liberty Hall (12/13)
Denver, CO Fillmore Auditorium (15)
Salt Lake City, UT In the Venue (16)
Boise, ID Egyptian Theater (17)
Seattle, WA Paramount Theatre (18/20)
Portland, OR Crystal Ballroom (21)
London Astoria (25)
London Bush Hall (26)

--By our New York staff.
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