Stefan Babcock of PUP has announced a children’s book called Rupert Reaper and the Search for Happiness. Pre-orders are now up. Read More “Stefan Babcock of PUP Announces Children’s Book”
PUP have announced some rescheduled California tour dates. Read More “PUP Announce Rescheduled Dates”
PUP will release a new EP, This Place Sucks Ass, on October 23rd. The EP will contain the new song “Rot” and the full track listing can be found below. Pre-orders are now up. The band has also announced a new livestream and tickets are on sale now. Read More “PUP Announce New EP”
PUP will release their live album, Live At The Electric Ballroom, for a limited time on Bandcamp this Friday July 3rd. Read More “PUP Announce Live Album Release”
PUP have released a new 1000 piece puzzle featuring the art from Morbid Stuff.
PUP have announced some new California shows.
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PUP teamed up with the Canadian broadcaster CBC to perform a special Christmas version “Kids.”
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PUP’s Stefan Sladkowski wrote for Consequence of Sound about The Clash’s London Calling:
The thing I learned from repeated teenage listening to London Calling — something that held true through my 20s and remains true as I listen to it on my turntable as I write today — is that it is one of the exceedingly-rare examples of a perfect record. (I’ve already recounted my first experience with the perfect physicality of the record, which cannot be overstated; it is something that I obsess over in both creating and purchasing records to this day.) Even if you want to make the argument, as one almost always should with any double-record, that there is some filler somewhere — that filler comes maybe 13 to 15 tracks into the record. By today’s standards, putting that many tracks on a record without filler is a borderline impossible task.
PUP are the latest guest on the This Must Be the Gig podcast.