PUP

Time-lapse videos are pretty common and gimmicky, but Jeremy Schaulin-Rioux has made one for Band To Watch PUP’s world-beating single “Lionheart” that makes perfect sense. In a single sped-up shot, the still camera captures over 4 hours of a drunken basement party. Frontman Stefan Babcock plays “Edward Forty Hands” for most of it, beers are shotgunned, bongs are hit, kegs stands are conquered, and the night ends in fireworks and puke. It condenses an entire night of excitement and joy into an impossibly short runtime, which is pretty much what “Lionheart” does, too. Watch the video below.

PUP is out 4/8 via SideOneDummy.

Comments (3)
  1. SideOneDummy has this streaming on their YouTube page and it rocks pretty hard.

    • this is album is soooo good, i have an unrealistic desire to see it get Album of the Week, even though that will obviously go to EMA

  2. I got to see PUP absolutely destroy at SXSW. They had my favorite set from a band that I hadn’t previously listened to.

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