Brooklyn pop-punk act Chumped are currently streaming a new song titled “Threshold,” which is a cover of a song performed in the film Scott Pilgrim Vs The World by the fictional band Sex-Bob-Omb. Stream the song below.
This cover is featured on the Father/Daughter Records compilation album, Faux Real II, released today, April 28th. The compilation is the second in a series, and like its predecessor features 10 artists covering songs originally performed by “faux” musicians in a film or a television series. You can check out the tracklisting and stream the entire compilation below as well, and it can be purchased here.
Chumped last released Teenage Retirement on November 18, 2014 through Anchorless Records.
01. Chumped – “Threshold” (Scott Pilgrim vs. the World)
02. Krill – “Billy Madison Victory Song” (Billy Madison)
03. Quarterbacks – “You Painted My World” (The Adventures of Pete & Pete)
04. Running In The Fog – “Killer Tofu” (Doug)
05. Allison Crutchfield (of Swearin’) – “Special To Me (Phoenix Audition Song)” (Phantom of the Paradise)
06. LVL UP – “Somebody Kill Me Please” (The Wedding Singer)
07. Sharpless – “Franz Kafka” (Home Movies)
08. Rivergazer – “Fever Dog” (Almost Famous)
09. Paint Sepsi – “I Must Be In Love” (The Rutles)
10. Small Wonder – “Margerine” (The Simpsons)
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