PUP and longtime director Jeremy Schaulin-Rioux always make interesting music videos, and today they've released one for "Old Wounds," the most abrasive track on last year's super fun The Dream Is Over...
Thursday also posted a statement saying that they will tour again next year, but after that, they’ll only play more shows if they write new music, “and new music will only come if we feel it’s truly inspired and adds a new dimension to the band.”
Lollapalooza continued on Friday with sets from blink-182, Crystal Castles, Vic Mensa, Little Dragon, Run the Jewels, Ryan Adams, Bishop Biggs, Tegan & Sara, Mura Masa, The Lemon Twigs, Cloud Nothings, PUP, and more.
Before the band even played a single note, Geoff Rickly talked about how he loves living in a place where everyone is welcome -- the band once again had their "Protect Immigrant Communities" and "Refugees Are Welcome" banners hanging behind them -- and then the band went right into their cutting critique of America, "Autobiography of a Nation," off 2001's Full Collapse...
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