The Shins just released the second video from their upcoming fourth studio album, Port of Morrow, the reconfigured band's first release in 5 years, as well as their first on frontman James Mercer's label, Aural Apothecary.
The video for "Bait and Switch" sees the band rehearsing in a wood-paneled cabin, which Prefix identifies as a cabin in Portland, and Pitchfork further whittles down to Portland, Ore. Cue "Portlandia" jokes, changing Natalie Portman's life again jokes, etc. Oh, and also: it's a good Shins-sounding song, everyone. Port of Morrow drops March 20.