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PUP rock their demons on new album Morbid Stuff

Canadian punk band PUP is back with their third record, Morbid Stuff. It's a catchy, foot-stomping album that sees the young punk rockers battling existential ideas, darkness and self-doubt.

Canadian punk band PUP is back with their third record, Morbid Stuff. It's a catchy, foot-stomping album that sees the young punk rockers battling existential ideas, darkness and self-doubt.

They dropped by the q music studio to sit down for a chat with host Tom Power and perform three songs from the new record.

Watch the interview above and the performances below.

PUP's new album, Morbid Stuff, is out everywhere today. You can catch PUP over the next few months as they embark on their North American tour.

Click 'listen' near the top of this page to hear the full interview.

Produced by ​Mitch Pollock

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