Watch: Hormones -- "To The 9s"

Dallas' Hormones are still a relatively new outfit, having released their debut EP, Look Out Below, back in July. But, as tends to happen with bands that get called "erratic" yet "promising" early on, the band just now seems to be shaping its identity.

Or at least that's what the new music video from the band, for its song "To The 9's," directed by the Luu Brothers (the guys who directed the awesome Cocky Americans video for "Romance Tried To Kill Me"), seems to indicate. Featuring some heavy riffage and washed out vocals, the song's quick to latch itself to your brain. And the video's visual treatment gives it some fine accompaniment. Give it a watch after the jump.

Be sure to watch through to the end of the clip, too -- the pretty people dressed to the nines in this clip indeed get served their just desserts as it progresses. After watching, pencil in your chance to see Hormones live tomorrow night at the Meridian Room in Exposition Park, as the bar celebrates two years under its new ownership.

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