Teen Men | Photo by Kate Bracaglia

Delaware multimedia pop outfit Teen Men trace the adventures of a man caught up in a self-help program on their new “René” music video, which showed up today on the band’s YouTube channel. The gauzey synthpop song bounces positively along while our central couch potato character chops wood, runs steep hills and bikes blindfolded at the urging of a bearded and maniacal guru wielding a staff.

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The four-piece – which features Nick Krill and Joe Hobson of The Spinto Band – is taking its impressive live show out on the road and hitting up Boot and Saddle twice this winter and spring. It plays there next Thursday, February 20th, with Heyward Howkins and White Birds. Then it kicks off a week-long spring tour there with Work Drugs on April 11th. Tickets and information on both shows can be found at the XPN Concert Calendar.

2/19 – Brooklyn, NY: Glasslands w/ Cousins, Cold Fornts and Spirit Plate
2/20 – Philadelphia, PA: Boot and Saddle w/ Hayward Howkins and White Birds
3/26 – Scranton, PA: The Bog w/ Heavy Blonde
3/28 – Bennington, VT: Bennington College
4/11 – Philadelphia, PA: Boot and Saddle *
4/12 – Brooklyn, NY: Union Pool *
4/16 – Rochester, NY: Bug Jar *
4/17 – Columbus, OH: Rumba Café *
4/18 – Chicago, IL: Underground Lounge *
4/19 – Nashville, TN: The Basement *