PUP have released a video for “Free at Last.”
Graham Isador, writing at CBC:
“I’m very conscious about speaking in universal terms because I don’t know anything. I only know about what this stuff means to me. One of the things that has definitely exasperated that battle with depression is this idea, both internally and externally from other people, saying, ‘What are you so bummed about? Look around you. Things are good for you. Your band’s having success. You have a really incredible partner.’ All of these external factors point to something that should make a happy individual. That’s not really how mental health — for me — works. Having success with the band doesn’t mean I’m happy.”
I highly recommend this interview if you’re a fan of the band. It really does add a lot of context to the lyrics on the upcoming album.
PUP has released a video for “Kids.”
PUP will release their new album, Morbid Stuff, on April 11th via their own imprint label Little Dipper in a partnership with Rise Records. Today they’ve debuted the new single “Kids” and pre-orders are now up.
They’ve also announced some new tour dates.
PUP’s new album, Morbid Stuff, will be out on April 5th.
PUP have finished tracking their new album.
PUP tweeted out a picture of Charly Bliss’ Eva Hendricks in the studio with them recently.
PUPhave begun pre-production on their new album.
PUP’s performance at the High & Low fest was broadcast on Carson Daly.
PUP will be featured on Last Call With Carson Daly on September 18th.
PUP have released a new video for “Old Wounds” that is an interactive video game. I don’t die of dysentery in this one, so I’m already a fan.
The Menzingers have announced new Europe and UK tour dates for next year. They’ll be bringing along PUP and Cayetana.
PUP’s Stefan Babcock talked with Stereogum:
It’s probably a bit early to say, but my mentality with this band is always, keep it quirky, keep it loud. Just try really hard to be a no-bullshit kind of band. We’re actually making the music that we want to make. We’ve all fallen into the trap with other bands that we’ve played in, that it’s easy to start writing music that maybe you aren’t stoked on just because you feel like that’s the logical next step.
PUP have announced some new tour dates.
PUP’s The Dream is Over is currently on sale for $5 on Amazon.
PUP have released their video for “Sleep in the Heat.”
PUP have recorded a cover of Phantogram’s “You Don’t Get Me High Anymore” for Triple J in Australia.
The Wonder Years will be doing a UK tour in early 2017. PUP and Tiny Moving Parts will be opening. Dates are below.
PUP sat down with the AV Club to do some dog food tasting. Nom.