Though the new band has only been around since this year's release, Port of Morrow, the six-piece played selections off each of The Shins' four albums, including a surprising number of songs from Oh, Inverted World (yes, they played “Caring Is Creepy” and “New Slang) and beginning the set with Chutes Too Narrow's opening track, “Kissing The Lipless.” As usual, Mercer looked entranced by the music he was creating, saying nothing more than “thank you,” after each song. But he began to loosen up halfway through the set and asked for audience participation during “Phantom Limb,” encouraging his fans to sing “oh oh oooh” with him. “That was great! That was awesome. Thank you!” he jovially said after the song's end, genuinely pleased with his crowd.