News PUP stream ‘Sibling Rivalry’ and ‘Scorpion Hill’ from forthcoming album ‘Morbid Stuff’

PUP stream ‘Sibling Rivalry’ and ‘Scorpion Hill’ from forthcoming album ‘Morbid Stuff’

The group went on American telly this week.

PUP have shared not one, but two new tracks.

‘Sibling Rivalry’ and ‘Scorpion Hill’ are both taken from the Toronto group’s forthcoming new album ‘Morbid Stuff’, set for release on 5th April.

The songs follow an appearance on American telly this week, taking the previously-shared ‘Kids’ to Late Night With Seth Meyers.

The band play a handful of UK live dates next month.

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9 Bristol Fleece
10 London Garage
11 Leeds Brudenell Social Club
12 Glasgow Cathouse

Listen to both new tracks below.

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