Teenage Bigfoot covers Pulp’s “Common People” on new EP

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Teenage Bigfoot | photo courtesy of the artist
Teenage Bigfoot | photo by Jaime Parker of Alpha Rabbit | courtesy of the artist

Teenage Bigfoot has been a defining member of the Philly pop-punk scene for the past several years, so it’s only fitting that the band would cover a song from a defining member of the Britpop movement of the 90s, Pulp. “Common People” is the lead single off Pulp’s 1995 album Different Class, and the Philly trio’s cover appears on their new EP the buck stops here, out now.

The reimagined version of “Common People” is full of the relentless, gritty energy Teenage Bigfoot does best. It’s fast-paced and way louder than the original; Teenage Bigfoot replaces the song’s well-known glam sheen with a classic Philly basement edge thanks to singer Tiffany Tavella’s raw vocals over plenty of heavy yet danceable riffs.

Listen below and find the full EP here.

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