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Lynn Gunn Talks With Playboy

Lynn Gunn of PVRIS sat down with Playboy ahead of Coachella:

But Gunn is no superhuman: that confidence, to “hone her more masculine side”, hasn’t come easily or all at once. “It’s still being discovered,” she admits. And it’s that bravery to share her vulnerable journey that has earned her both a commanding presence in a flooded industry. While reminiscing about how she got to where she is today, Gunn looks back to her childhood as a girl dressed in boy’s clothes—before puberty happened: “[In] middle school and high school I felt pressured to dress more feminine.”

It’s Playboy, so it’s NSFW.

PVRIS Team Up With the Ally Coalition for Upcoming Tour

PVRIS have teamed up with The Ally Coalition for their upcoming US tour. You can apply to volunteer and get a free ticket to the show:

Volunteers will be responsible for arriving prior to the show and working to generate interest and actions for the cause before and during the opening acts, utilizing the Propeller Volunteer App on their mobile device for approximately 3.5 hours. Your commitment will end prior to PVRIS taking the stage, so you’re free to enjoy the show!

You will receive exact call time if you are selected, however the typical time for meeting up with our coordinator is between 5-6 pm. Please do not apply if you can’t make it on time!

Lynn Gunn Talks About Stress on the Road

PVRIS’ Lynn Gunn apologized on Twitter for not seeming like herself on some recent tour dates:

Sorry if I haven’t seemed myself at our shows this summer, in the midst of navigating some vocal kinks & have felt very uncomfortable. I try my best not to let outside stress get in the way during our shows, there’s a lot right now & it’s been carrying over too. I hate that I’m even feeling the need to apologize? Just hope you know you’re loved & appreciated at these shows for being such good energy BUT the good news is that MOST of the stress is just from trying to make this record as perfect as it can be while in the middle of tour. Pardon me, “release” I should say … record is done … the rest is planning/filming for remaining vids, headline tour plans/direction, etc.