The wait for new PUP material is finally over; stream “DVP” now

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We’ve been awaiting the studio version of “DVP” for quite some time—since PUP‘s Audiotree performance a year ago, or maybe even longer since they started playing it on tour. It’s a two-and-a-half-minute blast of raw energy met with an equally gratifying melody—that winning combination PUP has mastered in a very short amount of time, the one that makes their take on pop-punk so refreshingly charming. The aforementioned wait is over, though, and the song is here. You can stream it hundreds of times below.

We know the Toronto four-piece’s follow-up to their wildly popular, self-titled debut is nigh. The band received the masters roughly 14 weeks ago (as seen in their Instagram post below) so it’s only a matter of time now. However, no release info or title for the new album was unveiled today with the stream of “DVP,” but the band’s second LP is expected sometime this spring.

Keep an eye out here at UTG for more info regarding PUP’s newest release in the coming weeks and months.

This hard drive smells like a new record.

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*feature photo courtesy of Jessica Flynn

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