PVRIS have introduced a live-streamed present for subsequent month, the place the band will play everything of their second studio album, ‘All We Know Of Heaven, All We Want of Hell’.
The present follows the same occasion final month the place PVRIS carried out songs from their debut full-length, ‘White Noise’.
The efficiency shall be streamed on January 9 from 8pm EST (1am GMT on January 10) by way of the platform Pillar.
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The collection of livestreams observe the arrival of PVRIS’ third studio album, ‘Use Me’, in August. NME gave the file a four-star review, praising frontwoman Lynn Gunn for “flexing her muscle mass, making sense of and peace along with her previous and, most significantly, embracing a brand new future”.
“This needed to occur for me to proceed wanting to do that. With all of the work I used to be placing into this subsequent file, it felt actually bizarre and uncomfortable to be giving equal credit score to everybody,” she stated.
“Brian and Alex have at all times been extremely supportive of my imaginative and prescient over time, however I by no means felt comfy opening up and proudly owning that function. It made me really feel apathetic in direction of the venture.”
Simply previous to the discharge of ‘Use Me’, PVRIS parted methods with band member Alex Babinski following allegations of sexual harassment towards him.