After recording their acclaimed 2019 album, Morbid Stuff, Pup was left with a handful of songs that didn't make the final tracklist, largely because they were too frenetic or too unhinged. And for an album that fantasized about the world exploding, that's saying a lot. "We usually save the really dark songs for the end of an album," says frontman Stefan Babcock. "But we felt that Morbid Stuff was already pretty fucking dark by the time we got there." The Toronto four-piece loved these thematic stragglers so much, though, that instead of forcing them onto the record or hiding them away forever, they decided that they deserved to stand on their own. The excluded tracks are now seeing the light via a six-song EP, This Place Sucks Ass.
After recording their acclaimed 2019 album, Morbid Stuff, Pup was left with a handful of songs that didn't make the final tracklist, largely because they were too frenetic or too unhinged. And for an album that fantasized about the world exploding, that's saying a lot. "We usually save the really dark songs for the end of an album," says frontman Stefan Babcock. "But we felt that Morbid Stuff was already pretty fucking dark by the time we got there." The Toronto four-piece loved these thematic stragglers so much, though, that instead of forcing them onto the record or hiding them away forever, they decided that they deserved to stand on their own. The excluded tracks are now seeing the light via a six-song EP, This Place Sucks Ass.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: RISE RECORDS
Rel. Date: 11/06/2020
UPC: 4050538635935

This Place Sucks Ass EP [Vinyl]
Artist: Pup
Format: Vinyl
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After recording their acclaimed 2019 album, Morbid Stuff, Pup was left with a handful of songs that didn't make the final tracklist, largely because they were too frenetic or too unhinged. And for an album that fantasized about the world exploding, that's saying a lot. "We usually save the really dark songs for the end of an album," says frontman Stefan Babcock. "But we felt that Morbid Stuff was already pretty fucking dark by the time we got there." The Toronto four-piece loved these thematic stragglers so much, though, that instead of forcing them onto the record or hiding them away forever, they decided that they deserved to stand on their own. The excluded tracks are now seeing the light via a six-song EP, This Place Sucks Ass.