It’s been nearly a decade since Natalie Portman put a pair of headphones on Zach Braff’s head and told him The Shins’ “New Slang” would change his life. Now the band is attempting to do it again for Braff’s directorial follow-up to Garden State, Wish I Was Here.
Ten years after Garden State hit theaters (and the Shins changed all of our lives), Braff is preparing his follow-up film, ‘Wish I Was Here,’ which like his directorial debut will contain a bevy of indie rock songs.
Broken Bells announced that their new album is called ‘After The Disco,’ but from the sounds of a new teaser, the record seems like it was inspired directly by the disco era.
On the surface, The Shins‘ new video for “It’s Only Life” looks like scenes out of a children’s book – a kid, a dog, some taped-on twig antlers, fireworks, playing pretend in an abandoned car.
In typical Shins style, their new video for “No Way Down” channels a beautiful simplicity. It starts with recording studio chatter and idyllic shots of a lush Portland, Oregon forest that goes well with the […]
Lollapalooza 2012 Lineup Announced — Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Black Keys, Jack White, Black Sabbath, And More
The 2012 Lollapalooza lineup has been announced, and The Red Hot Chili Peppers and The Black Keys will headline the 3 day festival.
[pullquote quote="We've never done anything as... high quality as this will be." credit="James Mercer, on playing 'Live on Letterman'"][lastfm link_type="artist_info"]The Shins[/lastfm] fourth LP, Port of Morrow is out today and pulling in strong reviews from all […]