As a bunch of self-identifying Southern rockers, it's safe to assume that Savoy Motel know a thing or two about country, even if their sound is more glam, less Gram Parsons. But you can bet your ass that the band knows its roots — just watch their new video for "Sorry People," the previously shared single from Savoy Motel's forthcoming self-titled LP. Directed by Dylan Carver, the glossy clip finds the quartet back home in Music City U.S.A., rocking out in a barn and showing off their square dancing footwork — in cowboy hats and matching jackets, natch. Watch below, and scroll down to view an itinerary for the band's tour behind the full-length debut, which kicks off tomorrow in Atlanta.

Savoy Motel will release their self-titled debut on October 21 via What's Your Rupture?.

SAVOY MOTEL on TOUR
Oct. 6 — Atlanta, GA @ Terminal West *
Oct. 7 — Nashville, TN @ Mercy Lounge *
Oct. 8 — St. Louis, MO @ Delmar Hall *
Oct. 10 — Birmingham, AL @ Saturn *
Oct. 11 — New Orleans, LA @ Tipitina's Uptown *
Oct. 12 — Dallas, TX @ Granada Theater *
Oct. 13 — Houston, TX @ White Oak Music Hall *
Oct. 14-15 — Austin, TX @ The Scoot Inn *
Nov. 4 — Cincinnati, OH @ MOTR Pub
Nov. 5 — Chicago, IL @ Hideout
Nov. 8 — Toronto, ON @ Nu Music, Horeshoe
Nov. 10 — Brooklyn, NY @ Market Hotel ^
Nov. 11 — Brooklyn, NY @ Union Pool
Nov. 12 — Philadelphia, PA @ Everybody Hits ^
Nov. 13 — Washington, DC @ Songbyrd

* with the Dandy Warhols
^ with Natural Child