Good news: Toronto-based garage-rockers Goodbye Honolulu are set to drop a new EP this September. No Honey was produced by Mike Turner (Our Lady Peace) and will see the light of day via the band's own Fried Records, a 100% local label.

Look, September is about 52 years away, so the foursome decided to share a new song called 'Typical', whose visuals we're very, very happy to premiere today. Featuring a slight stoner vibe -- a perfect companion to the laid-back guitar jangling of the tune -- the clip displays a distinctive Beck-on-Mellow-Gold coolness while making a definite fashion statement with the yellow rain ponchos.

"I've been working exclusively in features and it was so liberating to direct this music video," explains director Ingrid Veninger. "I love the sound of GOODBYE HONOLULU. With the melancholy feel of this track, the first image I saw in my head was the band playing on a winter beach in the bright sun, dressed in yellow rain ponchos. Next came the idea of shooting infrared and wide-screen. And who doesn't like a little time-lapse? We shot this video in 6 hours with a crew of 3. I hope the images serve the song and capture some of the band's awesome playful energy."

Watch the video below. No Honey is out on September 1st.