Toronto punk band Pup have released two new singles, “Scorpion Hill” and “Sibling Rivalry,” from their upcoming album Morbid Stuff.
“Scorpion Hill” starts out an acoustic guitar-led ballad and mutates into a fast, in-your-face number, propped up by a pounding snare drum and categorically ’90s guitars. “Sibling Rivalry,” on the other hand, has a more straight-down-the-middle pop-punk feel, with fuzzy undertones and looser drums.
Morbid Stuff, which also features the lead single “Kids,” will arrive April 5 on Pup’s own label Little Dipper, in partnership with Universal Music Canada. Listen to the new songs below.