Austin-based indie quartet Little Radar have a new video for ‘Siren,’ a track from their upcoming debut LP, ‘Souvenirs,’ and is excited to offer an exclusive premiere. For the second time, the band teamed up with director Will Rimmer of Robot Fondue — a video production company with bases in Austin and NYC — to create the brand-new clip.

Filmed entirely in stop-motion animation, it follows a couple of clothing-store mannequins that come to life after closing time -- an act of rebellion, according to the band.

“The video captures the story of two mannequins tired of being slaves to the laws of fashion and perfection,” singer-guitarist Sean Hale tells “While one follows the other around the shop in search for new outfits that will truly express who they wish to be, the entire shop begins to rally behind their rebellion.”

The video was shot in the Austin shop Kings Road Vintage, which provides a dynamic and colorful backdrop for the mannequins’ tale.

“We knew immediately after scouting Kings Road Vintage, we found our location,” Hale says. “Eye candy form wall to wall, floor to ceiling. We didn’t even need an art director.”

Check out the video for ‘Siren’ above, and grab ‘Souvenirs’ when it lands on August 6.