5 piece punk rock group from Toronto, PUP have just released their brand new film clip to single Sleep In The Heat.
Picking up from where they left off three years ago with previous clip to single ‘Guilt Trip’, PUPs new music video see’s actor Finn Wolfhard (Stranger Things) returning to his role as a younger version of lead singer Stefan Babcock in a fictional depiction of the band’s origin. Taken from the bands second album ‘The Dream Is Over’, Sleep In The Heat is about the passing of beloved pets and is inspired by the death of Babcock’s chameleon Norman who was the star of PUP’s Mabu video.
Directed by Jeremy Schaulin-Rioux, the clip to Sleep In The Heat is a real tearjerker but tribute to all our furry friends out there who have sadly passed away.
“Sleep In The Heat is a song about my chameleon Norman, who passed away while we were writing this record,” explains singer/guitarist Stefan Babcock. “Jeremy was the one who thought we should make a video for this song. He has this really weird one-eyed grumpy cat that he loves a lot, and I guess the song got him thinking about what it’s going to be like when she’s gone. Losing a friend is something so many of us have had to deal with, which is why I think this video is so powerful.”