PUP have shared a quarantined live performance of latest track ‘Anaphylaxis’

Their first new music of 2020 has a first performance clip now, direct from frontman Stefan’s car

PUP have shared a quarantined live performance of recent release ‘Anaphylaxis’

Recorded from their separate homes (and cars), the performance features the band tearing through the new number – their first new music of 2020 and the first slice of what comes next following their third studio album ‘Morbid Stuff’ released last year

Speaking about the quarantine performance, frontman Stefan Babcock says: “During our quarantine, I couldn’t go to our jam space. I also live in a small apartment and my neighbours understandably get very annoyed and/or concerned about my mental state when they hear me yelling my head off about getting stung by bees or killing my bandmates or whatever garbage these dumb songs are about. So I started making demos and recording in my car in a parking lot across the street from my house. Every few minutes, cops would slowly drive past to see what the unhinged kid in the busted up Ford Escape was doing. But I’m white, so lucky me, my biggest worry was that they’d judge my precious lyrics. White privilege is real. Defund the police.”

PUP have also revealed a range of ‘Morbid Stuff’ inspired face masks on sale now, with a portion of proceeds raised going towards the Trans Toolkit Collective – who support trans, two-spirit, and non-binary people in Toronto dealing with gender dysphoria who are being effected during Covid-19. Full details on those can be found here

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