An enjoyable record that takes a small step back to the band’s past

The Shins – “Heartworms”

Recently, I got my first byline in Consequence Of Sound. I reviewed The Shins’ new album, Heartworms, which ended up with a B- grade.

Here’s a snippet:

Maybe five years since their last album, Port of Morrow, was a long enough time that The Shins itched for the good, old times. They wanted to re-live the same hangout spots, do the same fun things, smoke the same stuff, and start sentences with “Remember when…” Based on Heartworms, remembering is the new Shins.

Read the full review here.

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