PUP Release New Live Album For One Day Only

Listen to Live At The Electric Ballroom, PUP's one-day-only new charity release.

PUP Release New Live Album For One Day Only

Canadian punk rock gang PUP have unveiled a one-day-only Bandcamp release, Live At The Electric Ballroom, for #BandcampFriday.

The band have confirmed that 50 per cent of the proceeds will be donated to Critical Resistance and Breakaway Addiction Services in Toronto, with these London recordings available for such a limited time because the band simply “expected them to suck”.

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“They were mostly just for ourselves, to mark what we considered to be a pretty big moment in our careers,” PUP explain. “But turns out, they suck a bit less than we expected. So in typical PUP fashion we made a plan to release them in a self-sabotaging, stupid way. The record will be sold for one day only. After that, it’s gone.”

They continue: “Everyone we work with told us it’s a terrible idea. And they are definitely right. But one of the reasons we love working with them is because sometimes they agree to let us fuck up on our own terms, and rally behind us in a supportive way. Thanks guys.”

The tracklist for PUP Live At The Electric Ballroom is as follows:

1. Morbid Stuff
2. Kids
3. My Life Is Over And I Couldn't Be Happier
4. Back Against The Wall
5. Free At Last
6. Dark Days
7. Scorpion Hill
8. Reservoir
9. Family Patterns
10. Full Blown Meltdown
11. If This Tour Doesn't Kill You, I Will + DVP

If that's not enough of a reminder that PUP are one of the best, most fun live bands on the planet, watch them take on The K! Pit (back when, y'know, gigs were a thing):

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