Watch PUP Perform a Tiny Desk Home Concert

The band rip their way through "Rot," "Kids," "Reservoir" and "Scorpion Hill"

BY Allie GregoryPublished Jan 21, 2021

PUP are the latest group to take part in the remote iteration of NPR's Tiny Desk (Home) Concerts, and as you may expect, the Toronto band absolutely killed it.

Their four-track set features "Rot" from their 2020 EP, This Place Sucks Ass (one of Exclaim!'s 25 Best EPs of 2020), "Kids" and "Scorpion Hill" from 2019's Morbid Stuff and "Reservoir" from the band's debut.

"My neighbours hate us, and I don't blame them," frontman Stefan Babcock told NPR.

Their short set sees them performing at full volume from Babcock's Toronto living room. The NPR team also offer their "sincerest apologies."

Watch the performance below.

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