When PUP unleashed their brand of punk rock to the masses back in 2014 with their self-titled debut, it sent shivers through the world of music. With chaotic singles like “Reservoir” and “Dark Days” they quickly became one of the most exciting new bands of the year. After completing a successful tour, which included several festival performance like 2014 Riot Fest, things seems to be on the up and up for PUP. But after frontman Stefan Babcock visited his doctor and discovered a hemorrhaging cyst on his vocal chords the future became uncertain. Even Babcock’s doctor told him the dream was over since it looked like he wouldn’t be singing again. Babcock and the rest of the band proved the diagnosis wrong with their upcoming album The Dream is Over, out May 27th. The band are even going on step further and hitting the road again this summer. It includes a stop at Subterranean on June 2nd. Charly Bliss is the opening act.
Time: 7:00 pm
Tickets: Get ‘Em
Check out the new video for the band’s latest single “If This Tour Doesn’t Kill You, I Will:”