Brooklyn indie punks Giant Peach followed their 2016 debut album Tarantula (Don Giovanni) with But You Made Me Such A Beautiful Thing on Dead Broke Rekerds today. They softened their sound up a bit for this album, as you can tell from the single "Flowers In The Road," which just got the video treatment (directed by the band's singer Frances Chang). It's more like slow-paced '90s indie rock and only really punk in its raw production and DIY spirit, but it's good stuff in its own way. That video premieres in this post, and you can watch it, along with a stream of the full album, below.

The band is playing a hometown record release show at Union Pool tonight (6/1) with Ghastly City Sleep, Eight, and Never, and they'll hit the road for a tour later this month, including more hometown shows at Bushwick Public House on 6/22 and Alphaville on 7/11, and hometown-area dates in New Haven and New Brunswick. All dates are listed below.

Giant Peach -- 2018 Tour Dates
*June 1 - Record Release show Brooklyn NY @ Union Pool w/ Ghastly City Sleep, Eight, Never*
June 14 - Northampton MA @ Red Cross House
June 15 - Rollinsford NH @ Sue’s
June 16 - New Haven CT @ Never Get To Be Cool
June 17 - New Brunswick NJ @ In The West
June 22 - Brooklyn NY @ Bushwick Public House
July 11 - Brooklyn NY @ Alphaville
July 13 - Philadelphia PA @ Space 1026
July 14 - Washington DC @ Comet Ping Pong
July 15 - Harrisonburg VA @ The Golden Pony
July 16 - Richmond VA
July 17 - Baltimore MD @ Joe Squared
July 18 - Pittsburgh PA @ Rock Room
July 19 - Cleveland OH @ Happy Dog
July 20 - Grand Rapids MI @ 741/Kuzzins
July 21 - Chicago IL @ Burlington
July 22 - Bloomington IN @ Root Cellar
July 23 - Cincinnati OH @ Urban Artifact
July 24 - Columbus OH @ Cafe Bourbon St.
July 25 - Akron OH @ It’s A Kling Thing!
July 26 - Buffalo NY @ Mohawk Place
July 27 - Ithaca NY