Exclusive: Band Of Horses' 'Knock Knock' Energizes Live Video

Group recorded live clip for new single at the Pink Garter Theater in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

If you know anything about Band of Horses, then you know that the South Carolina-by-way-of-the-Pacific-Northwest group is best seen in a live setting. The "Funeral" rockers proved their mettle recently with a raucous show at the Metro in Chicago that helped kick off this year's Lollapalooza festival.

At that gig they unleashed a number of songs that appear on their upcoming second major-label album, Mirage Rock, including "Slow Cruel Hands of Time," "Dumpster World," "Everything's Gonna Be Undone" and their swinging new single, "Knock Knock."

The latter features in a new live video the band shot during rehearsals at the Pink Garter Theater in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Bathed in blue lights, the band rips through the boot-stomping ripper with the same infectious energy they bring to their live dates in front of a full house.

Fans who order a limited-edition deluxe version of the album, due out on September 18, will get five bonus tracks as well as access to exclusive behind-the-scenes footage of the band and producer Glyn Johns in the studio during sessions.

Currently on tour with My Morning Jacket, BOH will play alongside the Foo Fighters, Neil Young & Crazy Horse, the Black Keys and K'Naan at the upcoming anti-poverty Global Festival in New York's Central Park on September 29.

Then, in October, they'll take part in the Railroad Revival tour along with Willie Nelson and Jamey Johnson on a unique trip that will bring 16 1940s vintage rail cars across the nation for a series of open-air shows at pop-up concerts in parks, fields and lots near railroad tracks.

Does the video do Band of Horses' live shows justice? Let us know in the comments!