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