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THE B-SIDE
PUPPET HITS THE ROAD
12/18/21

Puppet, neé Brendan Baldwin, is hitting the road for the first time.

Kicking off on 1/29 in Chicago, the Brooklyn-based rocker will bring his live set to venues in L.A., Seattle and Denver with special guests like Astrale and N3WPORT.

Coming off his most recent N.Y. show earlier this year, the mini tour also begins around the arrival of his sophomore album.

While there’s no official release date, the album features three previously released singles from this year, including “Angry All the Time,” “The Worst Part About Me” and “2018.”

“The first show in Brooklyn in October was the best show of my life. There was a time in my career where I thought an album was impossible. Now I have two that I’ve never performed before. So much writing, so many emotions, I’m going to bring it every show,” said Puppet. 

Following his debut on Monstercat, Puppet released a series of tracks from 2014-2017, showcasing his blend of pop-punk vocals fused with rock and electronic productions. In 2019, he dropped his Give Up the Dream EP independently before his debut album, I Know You Know Who I Am, arrived in 2020.

For tickets and more info, click here.