Earlier this year, Minnesota's Remo Drive released their debut album Greatest Hits, an album of lo-fi emo and pop punk that recalls stuff like late-'90s era Saves the Day and Get Up Kids and modern bands like Joyce Manor. (The album was mixed and mastered by Jack Shirley, who's also worked with Joyce Manor.) We're premiering the John Mark-directed video for "I'm My Own Doctor" off that album, which might be the first emo song we've ever heard that references a neti pot. As you might guess, Remo Drive have a sense of humor, and the new summer camp-themed video is even more proof of that. Watch:

Remo Drive are on tour now with the Front Bottoms-y McCafferty, and that tour includes a run with additional support from the Sorority Noise-related Small Circle. As mentioned, the run with Small Circle includes a Brooklyn show on 9/7 at Knitting Factory (tickets). After that tour, Remo Drive will hit the road with Hippocampus. Flyers for both tours can be found below.

Speaking of Small Circle, they released another song off their upcoming album Cyclical, "Mornings." Listen below: