San Francisco rockers the Stone Foxes wrap up a two-month tour in support of their latest album, 'Small Fires,' with a May 4 gig at the historic Fillmore in their hometown, and drummer Shannon Koehler couldn't be more thrilled by the prospect.

"[Guitarist-singer] Spence [Koehler] and I played our very first show at a church ice cream social when we were 13 and 15," he said in a recent press release, thinking back to the early days of kicking jams with his brother. "As the Stone Foxes with [bassist-singer] Aaron [Mort], we played our first show at the Brainwash Cafe, and now we’re playing the Fillmore? Get right out of town!"

To help mark the occasion -- and to bring awareness to their partnership with the SuperFood Drive, an anti-hunger charity organization the band has been soliciting donations for throughout their tour -- the Stone Foxes have unveiled a video featuring a live performance of the 'Small Fires' cut 'Jump In the Water.' Diffuser.fm is psyched to premiere the clip, which was shot last fall during a sold-out performance at another favorite hometown haunt, the Great American Music Hall.

The video captures the band in all of its primal, neo-classic rock groovin' glory -- check it out above.