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Watch: Savoy Motel - “Sorry People” Video

Savoy Motel Due Out October 21 via What's Your Rupture?

Oct 06, 2016 Savoy Motel
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Savoy Motel are a promising new band from Nashville who have little to do with that city’s storied country music scene. Instead they embrace a dirty 1970s glam rock vibe with hints of soul, boogie, power pop, and even disco. They are releasing their self-titled debut album on October 21 via cool New York indie label What’s Your Rupture? Last month the band shared the album’s second single, “Sorry People,” a song inspired by the late musician Jay Reatard, who was a friend to Savoy Motel bassist/vocalist Jeffrey Novak. Now the song has a video.

Dylan Carver directed the countrified clip, which features the band hanging out at a tree and doing some line dancing in a bar. Watch it below, followed by the band’s upcoming tour dates (including some opening for The Dandy Warhols).

Pick up Under the Radar’s current print issue, the 2016 Protest Issue, to read a Pleased to Meet You interview with Savoy Motel.

Savoy Motel Tour Dates:

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: Austin, TX - The Scoot Inn *
Oct 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

* - w/ The Dandy Warhols
^ - w/ Natural Child


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