The music of Rhode Island's Deer Tick can be broadly described as indie folk, but the group's rabid, beer-hungry energy is a little too rude for that polite genre tag. Deer Tick's forthcoming record, Divine Providence—the title nods to the group's hometown—is a noisy rock 'n' roll record in the spirit of The Replacements and Kids In Philly era Marah. (We'll have more to say when our review runs in a few weeks.) The album comes out Oct. 24, but the band has offered up a short film as both a behind-the-scenes look at the making of Divine Providence and a trailer of sorts. Check it out.