As mentioned, San Francisco's The Mantles just released their new album, Long Enough to Leave, a lovely album loaded with '60s-inspired guitar pop. You can stream a few cuts from the LP below and listen to the whole thing via Rdio or Spotify.
Perhaps the album's catchiest single, "Hello," has just gotten the music video treatment and was directed by Grass Widow's Hannah Lew. You might also notice album producer Kelly Stoltz as the guy playing the toy piano. We've got its premiere in this post and you can watch it below.
You can also catch Juan this August at 285 Kent with Hunx & His Punx and Chain & the Gang.
All dates are listed below...
The Mantles - Hello
The Mantles: 2013 Tour Dates
07/05 Washington, DC - Comet Ping Pong*
07/06 Baltimore, MD - Club K*
07/07 Philadelphia, PA - Kung Fu Neck Tie*
07/08 Harrisburg, PA - MakeSpace*
07/09 Brooklyn, NY - Shea Stadium*
07/10 New Haven, CT - BAR*
07/11 Cambridge, MA - Lilypad*
07/12 New Bedford, MA - No Problemo Taqueria*
07/13 New York, NY - Cake Shop #*
* = w/ Juan Wauters of The Beets
@ = w/ The Bats, Legs
# = w/ Piano Movers and Pale Lights