Public Serpents releases new album The Bully Puppet
The band started out in 2008 with the debut The Feeding Of The Fortune 5000 and has also appeared on a couple of splits with bands UpperDowner and Escape From The Zoo.
The new album comes out after frontman Skwert dealing with a succession of professional and personal setbacks over the last ten years. This includes incarceration, homelessness, and the end of his marriage, and Skwert says that “My whole life is invested in this. Artistically, physically and mentally, I’d probably die without it… there literally would be no point in living at this point.”
Public Serpents has spent the last year on the roads in America and Europe and will continue doing shows leading up to the release of The Bully Puppet.