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Musically, Port of Morrow is inspired by 1970s German pop and is melodic and heavily layered, while adding a greater emphasis on electronic instrumentation. The album debuted at number three on the and received largely favorable reviews from, with some deeming it among the band's best, while others felt it disjointed following the departure of its principal members.
The ' charted within the top ten on the, representing the band's highest peak chart-wise in their home country. Upon release, independent record stores were exclusively given a bonus acoustic EP bundled with the record. Mercer took a break from The Shins in the late 2000s; in the interim, he formed with (pictured) In 2007, The Shins released their third studio album,, which received rave reviews from critics and debuted at number two on the. The album spawned a yearlong tour and snagged a nomination for. Having worked on The Shins for nearly a decade, frontman James Mercer felt exhausted and ready to quit the band.
'Mainly I was tired of being right in the middle and everything sort of revolving around me, including the friendship dynamics-slash-bandmate dynamics and the creative aspect,' Mercer explained in 2012. Noting that the band had never been bigger, some aspects of the limelight made him uncomfortable: 'I had never been someone who was ever in the center of any kind of social circle.' Mercer was approached by Brian Burton () around this same period regarding a possible collaboration on a new project, which became.