So Pitted stream Feed Me

So Pitted have made their track Feed Me available to stream.

It’s taken from the Seattle punk rock trio’s upcoming debut album Neo, released on February 19 via Sub Pop. It can be pre-ordered via the label’s website.

On the band’s sound, guitarist and vocalist Liam Downey tells Upset: “One of my friends says we’re louder than Nirvana. And we are subjected to grunge by default but it’s not that bad. Mudhoney is cool but Tad is rad.

“I see us as another spinoff of new wave music. I love Devo. I don’t think any of us are into one style, we all have our conventions, we’re all really snobby artists but at the same time we’re normal people who listen to Backstreet Boys because it’s what we heard growing up.

“We just want to be genuine and admit what we like and don’t like. The band is the people, and we’re always changing so much.”

So Pitted have a number of US dates lined up for this month ahead of a European tour and an appearance at SXSW.


  1. Cat Scratch
  2. Pay Attention To Me
  3. Woe
  4. Holding The Void
  5. No Nuke Country
  6. The Sickness
  7. Feed Me
  8. I’m Not Over It
  9. Rot In Hell
  10. Get Out Of My Room
  11. Chop Down That Tree


Jan 08: Brooklyn Palisades, NY
Jan 09: Boston The Sinclair, MA
Jan 11: Washington Rock & Roll Hotel, DC
Jan 12: Philadelphia First Unitarian Church, PA
Mar 04: Paris Mecanique Ondulatoire, FR
Mar 05: Amsterdam Butcher’s Tears, Netherlands
Mar 07: London Shackewell Arms, UK
Mar 08: Leeds Brudenell Games Room, UK
Mar 09: Brighton The Green Door Store, UK
Mar 11: Lille La Peniche, France
Mar 12: Berlin West Germany, Germany
Mar 15: Austin SXSW, TX

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