As of lately, Toronto has been the breeding grounds for some of the best punk rock bands around. What sets PUP apart in this booming scene is their ability to fuse raw punk energy with catchy earworms, big hooks, and scream-along choruses. Their songs are loud and fast, equal parts unchecked energy and calculated arrangements, with hair-pin turns, raging guitar riffs, and an overload of gang vocals.
It’s undeniable that Too Shabby will draw comparisons to any pre-millenia Weezer record. It’s as inevitable as Rozwell Kid is loud. It’s more than that, though. Too Shabby is fun, infectious, kinetic, and its unmatched in that.
Combines elastic guitars and kinetic drumming with lead singer Eva Hendricks' acute and buoyant voice, making them feel like a new three dimensional idea of 90s pop rock.