Today, Toronto rockers PupPup dropped their first new material of 2020 with the song called Anaphylaxis.
This is a great track to get out of this pandemic lockdown funk!
Check out the music video which was directed by Callum Scott-DysonCallum Scott-Dyson.
About the song:
“I got the idea for the song when I was at my partner’s cottage and her cousin got stung by a bee and his whole head started to swell up,” says singer Stefan Babcock.
“His wife, although she was concerned, also thought it was pretty hilarious and started making fun of him even as they were headed to the hospital. He ended up being totally fine, but it was just funny to watch him freaking out and her just lighting him up at the same time.
It reminded me of all the times I’ve started panicking for whatever reason and was convinced I was dying and the world was ending and no one would take me seriously.
In retrospect, I always find those overreactions pretty funny. So we wrote a goofy song about being a hypochondriac and tried to make our guitars sound like bees at the beginning of it.”
The hypochondria and manic paranoia tearing through this entire track feels more relevant than ever.