NPR just released this excellent Tiny Desk Concert featuring Perfume Genius. He performs "Valley" and "Slip Away" from his latest album No Shape as well as "Normal Song" from Put Your Back N 2 It.

The fourth full-length from Perfume Genius, No Shape, was released May 5 on Matador Records. The band's tour through the U.S. and Europe continues through the fall.

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