After tearing up the UK in support of Modern Baseball, PUP will also be heading to London for a headline show all of their own.
The gig, which takes place on April 29th, sees PUP taking over The Lexington and tickets are on sale now.
The band recently dropped their first new material since 2013’s debut album with brand new track ‘DVP’ and comes ahead of their second album, which is out later this year.
“We know what kind of band we are now and what we sound like, so we just wanted to be that but better,” vocalist, Stefan Babcock told Upset recently. “We had no clue about our identity prior to the first album being out. We started writing off folk songs with acoustic guitars and stuff – pretty much the polar opposite of what we ended up as – but now here we are with a stronger, more confident sense of what the band is.”
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