PUP Share New Songs "Sibling Rivalry" and "Scorpion Hill"

The Toronto punk band are previewing their 'Morbid Thoughts'
PUP Share New Songs "Sibling Rivalry" and "Scorpion Hill"
PUP have a new album called Morbid Stuff due out next month, and to tide fans over until the full-length arrives, they've just shared two new songs. "Sibling Rivalry" and "Scorpion Hill" are available to stream now.

"Sibling Rivalry" is a brawny rocker full of crunchy guitars and PUP's signature group shouts. Lyrically, it's inspired by frontman Stefan Babcock's camping trips with his sister.

"Scorpion Hill," on the other hand, sprawls over five minutes in length with quiet acoustic passages that burst into dramatic crescendos. Babcock said in a statement that it's "about embracing your demons and finding some humour in the darkness."

Hear the new singles below.

PUP recently performed previously released single "Kids" on Late Night with Seth Meyers.

Morbid Stuff is due out April 5 via Little Dipper/Universal. PUP will also kick off a lengthy run of tour dates this month, and you can find the schedule over here.