PUP are the newest guests in the NPR “Tiny Desk (Home) Concert” series. From frontman Stefan Babcock’s living room in Toronto, the group played a cross-career suite of “Red”, “Kids”, “Reservoir” and “Scorpion Hill”. Check out the 17 minute set below.
PUP released the EP This Place Sucks Ass, from which “Rot” originates, last October before teaming up with pop punks Charly Bliss for the self-explanatory song and video “It’s Christmas and I Fucking Miss You”. They released their third studio album, Morbid Stuff, in 2019.
Read Pitchfork’s feature “32 Artists On The Music They Turn To During The Coronavirus Crisis” with Steve Sladkowski from PUP.