What does the inside of a record company look like? Mutemath gave fans a little peek this week when they stopped by the headquarters of their label, Warner Bros. Records, in Burbank, Calif. They posted a picture of lead singer Paul Meany chilling in the lobby below a massive wall full of cool photographs of fellow current and former label artists and artwork. How many can you identify?

“Plotting new records, tours, and videos," reads the post that accompanies the Instagram image, a link to which was posted on the band's Twitter feed. We thought those endeavors were generally done in a practice space or recording studio -- well, at least the plotting new records part.

On second thought, we'd guess that plotting anything creative does happen in a record label office, while the writing, recording and other actual creating goes down elsewhere. If nothing else, at least it's good to know that such things are done in such a welcoming and relaxing environment -- although Meany does look a little bored.

A new album would be the fourth from the New Orleans-based rockers, who hit the road this summer on the Honda Civic Tour with rock goliaths Linkin Park and Incubus -- check out their full itinerary here. Their last album, 'Odd Soul,' dropped last year, and Mutemath's drummer Darren King and bassist Roy Mitchell sat down with Diffuser.fm to talk about it while touring this spring.