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PUP Announces New Album “Morbid Stuff”, Shares New Song

By: Staff – Toronto, Ontario’s very own punk powerhouse — PUP — are proud to announce their new album, Morbid Stuff, set for release on the band’s brand new label Little Dipper, on April 5, 2019. Produced, recorded and mixed by Dave Schiffman (Weezer, Cass McCombs, The Mars Volta), Morbid Stuff is everything that PUP fans have grown to love about them, but dialed up … Continue reading

Photos: Twin Peaks, PUP, The Flatliners @ Crofoot Ballroom

Photos by: Rebekah Witt – Chicago-based garage rock band Twin Peaks, who released their newest album, Urbs in Horto, in 2017, performed at the Crofoot Ballroom in Pontiac, Michigan last night (Jan. 13th) with Toronto-based punk band PUP, who released their second album, The Dream Is Over, on May 27th via Royal Mountain Records, which featured the singles “If … Continue reading

Photos: Wayhome 2017 – Imagine Dragons, Vance Joy, Schoolboy Q, Pup

Photos by: Curtis Sindrey – Photos by: Alyssa Balistreri –  Day two of the 2017 Wayhome Festival took place on July 29th at Burl’s Creek in Oro-Medonte, ON, which featured performances by Grammy Award-winning alt-rock band Imagine Dragons, who released their third album, Evolve, on June 23rd, 2017 via Interscope, Australian indie pop singer-songwriter Vance Joy, hip-hop artist Schoolboy Q, punk rock … Continue reading

Photos: PUP, The Hotelier, Chris Cresswell @ The Danforth Music Hall

Photos by: Katrina Lat –  Toronto-based punk band PUP, who released their second album, The Dream Is Over, on May 27th via Royal Mountain Records, which followed up their 2014 self-titled debut album, and which featured the singles “If This Tour Doesn’t Kill You, I Will”, and “DVP”, performed at the Danforth Music Hall in Toronto last … Continue reading

Photos: Hillside Festival 2016 – PUP, Andy Shauf, Ought, Dizzy, Teen Violence

Photos by: Dan Fischer – Hillside Festival 2016 on July 22nd featured performances by Toronto-based punk band PUP, who released their second album, The Dream Is Over, on May 27th via Royal Mountain Records, which followed up their 2014 self-titled debut album, and which featured the singles “If This Tour Doesn’t Kill You, I Will”, and “DVP”, indie … Continue reading

Photos: PUP, Jeff Rosenstock, Gulfer @ The Phoenix Concert Theatre

Photos by: Anthony D’Elia – Toronto-based punk band PUP, who released their second album, The Dream Is Over, on May 27th via Royal Mountain Records, which followed up their 2014 self-titled debut album, and which featured the singles “If This Tour Doesn’t Kill You, I Will”, and “DVP”, performed at the Phoenix Concert Theatre in Toronto last … Continue reading

PUP announces new album “The Dream Is Over”

By: Staff – Toronto-based punk band PUP will release their new album, The Dream Is Over, on May 27th via Royal Mountain Records. Named for the first thing doctors told singer/guitarist Stefan Babcock after a recent examination of his damaged vocal chords, The Dream Is Over finds PUP as confident and as in tune with each other as they … Continue reading

Stream the new PUP track “DVP”

By: Staff –   It’s been nearly two years since beloved Toronto punk band PUP released a new song and today, the wait is finally over. The ferocious four-piece have released “DVP”, a song that the band has been performing live since early 2014. After playing 300 shows in the last two years across North America, Europe, and … Continue reading

Photos: Pouzza Fest 2015 – Teenage Bottlerocket, PUP, Jeff Rosenstock, Cayetana

Photos by: Jeff Shulman – Day one of Pouzza Fest 2015 in Montreal featured performances by Wyoming-based punk rock band Teenage Bottlerocket, who released their sixth album, Tales From Wyoming, on March 31st, 2015 via Rise Records, which was co-produced by Bill Stevenson (As I Lay Dying, NOFX, Rise Against, Anti-Flag), Toronto-based punk band and Prism … Continue reading

Photos: The Flatliners, PUP, Such Gold, The Dirty Nil @ The Opera House

Photos by: Kevin Leung – Toronto-based punk-rock quartet The Flatliners, who released their fourth album, Dead Language, on September 17th, 2013 via Fat Wreck Chords, which was nominated for “Metal/Hard Music Album of the Year” at the 2014 JUNO Awards, performed at The Opera House in Toronto last night with Toronto-based punk band PUP, who released … Continue reading