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Live Shots: Pinkshift, Sheer Mag, PUP tear it up at the Warfield

The three rock bands revved up an eager crowd on April 20.

Maryland trio Pinkshift, Philly’s Sheer Mag, and Toronto’s PUP—whose new album, The Unravelling of PUPTHEBAND has been winning accolades—brought solid rock and post-hardcore vibes along with catchy hooks to an energetic, queer-positive crowd at the Warfield.

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