Watch PUP’s Video Game-Inspired Clip for “DVP”



Toronto punk rockers PUP have unleashed a lyric video for their newest track, DVP. The Jeremy Schaulin-Rioux-directed clip features iconic video game imagery (from the likes of Mortal Kombat and Super Mario, etc.) blended together with the words of singer/guitarist Stefan Babcock.

“The four of us grew up in the golden-age of spastic, seizure inducing video games (see: the 90’s),” says Babcock. “Our best bud Jeremy had the idea to smash together scenes from some of our favourite games in a hot pile of ADHD-insanity. Turns out that pairs really well with our music. Go figure.”

It is expected that PUP will release their sophomore album at some point in 2016. We can’t wait!

The video for “DVP” can be seen below.

Tour Dates:

Feb 11 – Buffalo, NY – The Waiting Room

Feb 12 – Brooklyn, NY – Saint Vitus

Apr 17 – Amsterdam, NE – The Sugar Factory

Apr 18 – Hamburg, DE – Nochtspeicher

Apr 19 – Berlin, DE – Cassiopeaia

Apr 20 – Cologne, DE – Blue Shell

Apr 22 – Brighton, UK – Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar

Apr 23 – Norwhich, UK – The Owl Sanctuary

Apr 24 – Huddersfield, UK – The Parish

Apr 26 – Glasgow, UK – Stereo

Apr 27 – Liverpool, UK – Studio 2

Apr 28 – Derby, UK – The Venue

Apr 29 – London, UK – The Lexington

May 26 – Toronto, ON – The Phoenix

Jun 10 – Los Angeles – The Echo

Jun 25 – Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg