Puppy Release New EP “III”

Puppy have surprise released a new EP titled “III.” The effort is available on various streaming services and the band had the following to say about it:

“Three is the number of time. Past, present and future. Three years have passed since we released vol ii, so we present you with this. Here’s to the future.”

“III” Track Listing:

01. “Powder Blue”
02. “Agatha”
03. “_Fig.1”
04. “Serotonin”
05. “Charms”
06. “_Fig.2”
07. “Star Of The Sea”
08. “Letterbomb”

Puppy Premiere “Poor Me” Music Video

Puppy have premiered a new video for their song “Poor Me.“ This track is from the band’s latest album “The Goat.”

Drummer Billy Price commented:

“Going into this video we wanted to try make a kind of nonsensical YouTube tutorial-cum-pound land Ted Talk. There’s a lot of content online (& elsewhere) that presents incredibly complex information as being very simple and easy.

But, whether it’s taking apart a laptop with your bare hands, or curing insomnia through breathing exercises, a lot of these kinds of tasks are actually quite difficult to do. Certainly for us as a band anyway. But whilst you might never really optimise your wellbeing or fix the weird sound coming out of your amp or whatever, it can be kind of satisfying watching someone else fix these deeply intricate things with a Zen-like ease. It’s somehow quite calming.

Anyway, with this in mind, we wanted to try approach the lyrical and tonal themes of ‘Poor Me‘ with the energy of a Youtuber conveying wildly elaborate instructions to a totally confused viewer. The resultant video may not be of any practical use at all, but it might serve as some useful distraction. Or maybe even be somehow quite calming.”

Puppy Premiere “Bathe In Blood” Music Video, Announce April UK Tour

Puppy have premiered a new video for their new song “Bathe In Blood.” This track is from their new album “The Goat,” which will be released on January 25.

In other news , the group have also announced a UK tour:

04/17 Southampton, UK – Joiners
04/18 Bristol, UK – The Exchange
04/19 Birmingham, UK – The Flapper
04/20 Manchester, UK – Star And Garter
04/21 Glasgow, UK – Garage Attic
04/22 Newcastle, UK – Think Tank
04/23 Nottingham, UK – Bodega Social Club
04/24 Leeds, UK – Brundenell Social Club
04/25 London, UK – Underworld

Puppy Premiere “World Stands Still” Music Video

Puppy have premiered a new video for their new song “World Stands Still.“ This track is from the band’s new album “The Goat,” which will be released on January 25 via Spinefarm Records. Drummer Billy Howard commented:

“Many of our biggest influences as a band are movies, computer games, and music that we loved as pre-pubescent/just-pubescent kids. We never really got over that kind of immature excitement for the stuff we found cool. Equally though, there’s kind of a loneliness and weirdness to being that age, which is actually probably part of the reason you throw yourself so completely into all the stuff you find cool in the first place. We think that the Goblin Girl from our new video ‘World Stands Still‘ embodies this juvenile side to our band pretty neatly. We hope you enjoy watching her adventures as much as we enjoyed filming them.”

Puppy Premiere “Black Hole” Music Video

Puppy have premiered a new video for their new song “Black Hole.“ This track is from the band’s new album “The Goat,” which will be released on January 25 via Spinefarm Records. The band commented:

“We chose ‘Black Hole‘ as the first single from the album because we felt that, both lyrically and musically, it really summed up the vibe of the record — fun and upbeat, but with a dark, sinister element underpinning the whole thing. With the video we wanted to reflect that, and show a bit of what’s gone into making our album. It’s been nearly two years in the making and in that time we’ve been on a lot of tours and spent a lot of time together in various studios, so we already had a bunch of the footage. What we ended up capturing over that period turned out to be far more sinister and malevolent than we initially imagined, but we feel the album is better for it ultimately, so we wanted to share some of that.”

[via Revolver]