The Shins stream new album 'Port Of Morrow' online – listen

James Mercer and co will release the album formally on Monday (March 19)

The Shins stream new album 'Port Of Morrow' online – listen

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The Shins are streaming their new album 'Port Of Morrow' online in full, scroll down to the bottom of the page and click to listen to the album.

The album, which is the band's fourth, will be formally released on Monday (March 19), but can be heard in full now.

The record will be released on The Shins' frontman James Mercer’s Aural Apothecary label via Columbia Records, it contains a total of 10 tracks and has been produced by Greg Kurstin. The new album is the band's first since 2007's 'Wincing The Night Away'.

The Shins are due to play two concerts at London's HMV Forum next week, headlining the venue on March 22 and 23. The shows will be the band's first in the UK for four years.

The tracklisting for 'Port Of Morrow' is as follows:

'The Rifle's Spiral'
'Simple Song'
'It's Only Life'
'Bait and Switch'
'September'
'No Way Down'
'For A Fool'
'Fall of '82'
'40 Mark Strasse'
'Port of Morrow'




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Video: The Shins - 'September'

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