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Watch: The Shins New Clip For ‘No Way Down’

Written by Alex Langlands on June 25, 2012

American indie icons, The Shins, have dropped the new video clip for their single No Way Down. The video depicts the band (who are members of the Splendour in the Grass class of 2012 lineup) rocking out in their own personal studio/rehearsal room. No Way Down is track number six on their most recent release, Port of Morrow, which was the latest material from the group after a five-year break.

While out here for this year’s Splendour in the Grass festival, the band will be playing two shows in Sydney and Melbourne, which are sure to delight their Australian fans. After they got back together, The Shins have been blowing crowds across America away, playing festivals such as Coachella and Sasquatch! Currently in Nothern Europe, the band will finish up in Denmark and Sweden before making the trip down under.

The Shins Australian tour – July 2012
With special guests Husky

Monday 23 July – Festival Hall – Melbourne
Tickets: Ticketmaster 136 100 and http://www.ticketmaster.com.au or Festival Hall Box Office

Wednesday 25 July – Hordern Pavilion – Sydney
Tickets: Ticketek 132 849 or http://www.ticketek.com.au

The Shins will also perform at Splendour in the Grass in July; details at http://www.splendourinthegrass.com

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