With its sophomore album Tired of Tomorrow slated for an imminent release, Philadelphia noise-pop band Nothing dropped a colorful video today for the single “Vertigo Flowers.” While the song invokes the dreary shoegaze of many a guitar-driven ’90s band, the video sees each member of Nothing get splattered with rainbow-colored paints while wearing a white jumpsuit.

“Vertigo Flowers” presages what’s expected to be a great record when Tired of Tomorrow releases May 13 on Relapse Records: As Nothing’s reverb-heavy sound envelopes the track, frontman Domenic Palermo’s vocals float above the fray, providing the kind of warmth that made the band’s 2014 debut, Guilty of Everything, such a hit. You can watch the video below, as well as look over the Tired Of Tourism Tour dates the band released on its Facebook page earlier today.

Tired Of Tourism Tour 2016 summer dates:

*w/ Nothing, Culture Abuse

June 5—Boston, MA—The Sinclair
June 7—Toronto, Ontario—Lee’s
June 8—Detroit, MI—El Club
June 9—Cleveland, OH—Now That’s Class
June 10—Chicago, IL—Subterranean
June 11—Minneapolis, MN—Triple Rock
June 12—Omaha, NE—Slowdown
June 14—Denver, CO—Marquis Theater
June 15—Salt Lake City, UT—Kilby Court
June 16—Boise, ID—Neurolux
June 17—Seattle, WA—Tractor Tavern
June 18—Vancouver, British Columbia—Levitation Festival (Cobalt)
June 19—Portland, OR—Mississippi Studios
June 21—San Francisco, CA—Slim’s
June 22—San Diego, CA—Soda Bar
June 23—Los Angeles, CA—The Echo
June 24—Phoenix, AZ—Yucca
June 25—Albuquerque, NM—Sister Bar
June 27—McAllen, TX—Yerba Cultura
June 28—Austin, TX— Sidewinder
July 2—Tampa, FL—Local 662
July 3—Orlando, FL—Backbooth
July 5—Chapel Hill, NC—Motorco*
July 6—Richmond, VA—Strange Matter*
July 7—Washington DC—Rock and Roll Hotel*
July 8—Philadelphia, PA—Union Transfer*
July 9—New York, NY—The Bowery*

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