PUP release a delightfully vicious new video

PUP release a delightfully vicious new video

Watch the Canadian rockers beat the shit out of each other.

Being stuck in the same van with the same three dudes for the entire duration of a national tour would be a taxing experience, there’s no doubt that tempers would wear thin and friendships would be tested to breaking point. The lingering question is; what happens when that breaking point is crossed? Canadian rockers PUP answer perfectly in their wonderfully brutal new video for If This Tour Doesn’t Kill You, I Will. It’s our second taste of PUP’s new album The Dream Is Over, due out May 27 via SideOneDummy Records, following lively first single DVP (which came out last month and had an equally as epic video - we wrote about it HERE).

The Dream Is Over, named after the news frontman Stefan Babcock received from a specialist upon recent examination of his damaged vocal chords, is the Toronto-based four-piece’s follow-up to their hugely successful, self-titled 2013 debut, from which they’ve toured the world relentlessly for the past two years. Both the track and accompanying video for If This Tour Doesn’t Kill You, I Will are born from PUP’s experiences on their seemingly endless tour schedule, and prove that even the closest of friends can only spend so long locked in a van together before literally wanting to kill each other:

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