Members of Duchess Says, CPC Gangbangs and Red Mass Announce Debut Album as PyPy

Members of Duchess Says, CPC Gangbangs and Red Mass Announce Debut Album as PyPy
Montreal outfit PyPy, featuring members of Red Mass, Duchess Says and CPC Gangbangs, are ready to punch a hole in your psych-punk punch card, having just announced their debut LP Pagan Day is on the way.

A press release confirms that Black Gladiator/Slovenly will issue the album on February 11, and it's described as "a mind-searing concoction of sinister wah-wah freakouts littered with fuzz" featuring the "necromantic scree" of co-vocalist Annie-Claude Deschênes (Duchess Says).

The record is said to take influence from the disco-fied dance punk of acts like ESG and Liquid Liquid, while also appealing to fans of modern garage rock crews like Thee Oh Sees. Ahead of the LP's release, the band are previewing the scorching title track, as well as its "New York" and "Too Much Cocaine." You'll find all three to stream in the Bandcamp player down below, while "Pagan Day" is also being given up as a free download.

PyPy also have a small batch of upcoming tour dates, and you'll find that info beneath the tracklisting.

Pagan Day:

1. Pagan Day
2. New York
3. Molly
4. Daffodils
5. Too Much Cocaine
6. She's Gone
7. Ya Ya Ya/Psychedelic Overlords

Tour dates:

02/14 Quebec City, QC - Cercle's Basement

02/15 Montreal, QC - TRH Bar

02/21 Toronto, ON - Silver Dollar

02/22 Ottawa, ON - Gabba Hey

02/28 New York, NY - Cake Shop