Good Day Noir Family,
our “E.A.Poets Approved/Bands We Like” section is dedicated to Bullpup. I discovered this Band while shuffling songs on Spotify and I was intrigued by their energy and power.
The sound of this band is powerful and epic.
As soon as I pressed the play button I was immediately struck by the quality of the overall sound proposed by the Bullpup.
The Guitars venture into powerful riffs that go from rock to hard rock while the drums push relentlessly and the singer sings with emphasis the lyrics which are very interesting.
A band that loves to experiment. The chord progression is never banal and the listener is entertained from the first to the last second.
The continuous variations and influences of various musical genres make the sound of this band unique and original.
Let’s keep them under the radar because these guys will lead the way.
Veronica Sawyer’s Big Day Out is Bullpup’s Single Out Now!
Unique and Energetic!
Bullpup formed in a small cow town in northern Massachusetts where long time friends Brian Bisson, Trevor Sullivan, and Tim Collins joined up with Jon Garniss in the hopes to make a musical theatre inspired emo band that could change the world. Always balancing mania and precision in their live show and leaving stages covered in blood and glitter, they still felt something was missing after their first Release “No One Must Die” in 2019.
Turning to resident guitar speed demon and childhood friend Robby Beland to fill the void, Bullpup’s diverse soundscape was finally complete. Armed to the teeth with influences like My Chemical Romance while focusing on a narrative voice similar to Spring Awakening, Bullpup now aims to meld musical theater and emo tropes, writing songs that match glamor, filth, and aggression filled instrumentals to lyrics laced with clever wordplay and blunt, realistic introspection in an attempt to make their world a better place.