Thanks for sharing, I hadn't heard this track yet.
I just picked up their "Manners" album about six weeks ago. I have enjoyed listening to it (despite its chipper chipmunkiness, my favorite song off it is "Sleepyhead"), but I'm not yet sure if it will hold up over time for me. I like their free-flowing production style of playing with layers and sound textures, but a lot of the songs themselves seem to have the same emotional tone. But that's not uncommon for really young bands, so I'm curious to see how they evolve in their first five years.
Some bands make music you will love for the rest of your life, and some bands emerge from a specific recipe of culture/technique and are great within that context but after a while things change and their sound no longer seems all that interesting. Usually I'm pretty good at knowing which is which for me personally, but occasionally I misjudge something. A good recent example is Panic! at the Disco. Their name caught my eye because of the obvious Smiths reference, so when I saw an album ("A Fever You Can't Sweat Out") at the store (sometime in late 2005) I was willing to give it a spin. Standing there in the store, something about it grabbed my attention and had me ready to pull out the cash. About three weeks later, driving out to meet friends for dinner and listening to the album in my car I suddenly found myself thinking, "Ugh! Seriously, just get over it and shut the hell up!" I ejected the album from the CD player and have only listened to it once since then, just to check to see if my opinion had changed..... and nope, it's still awful.