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The Shins Reveal Track Listing for 'Port of Morrow'

Psychedelic pop band will make their major label debut in March

December 14, 2011 11:45 AM ET
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The Shins, 'Port of Morrow'
Aural Apothecary/Columbia Records

Psychedelic rockers the Shins have announced that their fourth album, Port of Morrow, will hit stores in March. The record will be released jointly on frontman James Mercer's Aural Apothecary label and Columbia Records, making it the group's first set to come out via a major label. The band intend to tour in support of the album through 2012.

Port of Morrow was recorded in Los Angeles and Portland, Ore., throughout the past year with producer Greg Kurstin. As with previous Shins records, Mercer wrote all of the songs and played the majority of the instruments.

The full track listing for Port of Morrow is as follows:

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

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