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The Shins Share Stop-Motion Video for “Cherry Hearts” Made Entirely Out of Paper

Heartworms Out Now via Aural Apothecary/Columbia

Oct 05, 2017 The Shins
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The Shins released a new album, Heartworms, in March via Aural Apothecary/Columbia. Now they have shared a new video for “Cherry Hearts.” Stefano Bertelli directed the stop-motion video, which was made entirely out of paper and takes place at an amusement park. Watch it below. The band also performed the song on The Late Late Show with James Corden earlier this week and watch that performance below too.

The Shins have already shared four songs from Heartworms: “Dead Alive,” “Name For You,” “Mildenhall,” and “Painting a Hole,” as well as two separate videos for two separate versions of “Name For You.” Plus there was a video for “Half a Million” featuring 5,556 stickers of the band performing in various public places. They also covered The Smiths’ 1986 classic “Panic” for a live Spotify session and did a Tiny Desk Concert for NPR. Heartworms is the follow-up to 2012’s Port of Morrow. As usual, it was all written by Mercer, but this is the first Shins album since 2001’s Oh, Inverted World that Mercer has also self-produced (with the exception of “So Now What,” which was produced by Richard Swift).

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October 6th 2017

The video is so psychedelic! I love this.