The Shins Announce Dates

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The Shins ending their hiatus in less than a week with a few Oregon performances before their set at this year’s Outside Lands Festival in San Francisco on August 12. The band will also play intimate gigs in Toronto and Boston in between festivals in Philadelphia and Pensacola, FL.

It’s been reported that James Mercer and the gang will finish up a new Shins record while on tour, to be released next year.

08-08 Eugene, OR – W.O.W. Hall
08-09 Bend, OR – The Domino Room
08-10 Portland – The Doug Fir Lounge
08-12 San Francisco, CA – Outside Lands Festival
09-22 Toronto, ON – Phoenix Concert Theatre
09-23 Philadelphia, PA – Popped! Festival
09-24 Boston, MA – Paradise Rock Club
10-15 Pensacola, FL – DeLuna Festival

The Shins – “Phantom Limb” from Wincing The Night Away

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