First Play Live

First Play Live: Pup, Morbid Stuff

To celebrate the release of the new album, Pup played to a sold-out crowd in Toronto.

To celebrate the release of the new album, Pup played to a sold-out crowd in Toronto.

PUP perform at the Garrison in Toronto in April 2019. (Amanda Fotes)

April 5 marked the release of Morbid Stuff, the third album by Toronto punk rockers Pup. And if you need anymore proof of a band in the midst of blowing up, look no further than the sea of Pup fans lined up outside the venue, waiting for a chance to see the members play their new record live for the very first time.

In celebration of Morbid Stuff, the band threw an album release party for the hometown crowd at the Garrison in Toronto and CBC Music had a front-row seat. The party was everything a punk-rock show should be, and if you missed it you can live the Pup experience right here.

PUP performs songs from their album Morbid Stuff live at The Garrison in Toronto. 2:54
PUP performs songs from their album Morbid Stuff live at The Garrison in Toronto. 3:22
PUP performs songs from their album Morbid Stuff live at The Garrison in Toronto. 2:34
PUP performs songs from their album Morbid Stuff live at The Garrison in Toronto. 3:35
PUP performs songs from their album Morbid Stuff live at The Garrison in Toronto. 4:24
PUP performs songs from their album Morbid Stuff live at The Garrison in Toronto. 2:57
PUP performs songs from their album Morbid Stuff live at The Garrison in Toronto. 2:52
PUP performs songs from their album Morbid Stuff live at The Garrison in Toronto. 2:36
PUP performs songs from their album Morbid Stuff live at The Garrison in Toronto. 4:44
PUP performs songs from their album Morbid Stuff live at The Garrison in Toronto. 5:00

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