PVRIS will release Use Me on May 1st. Today they’ve dropped the new video for “Dead Weight.” Pre-orders are now up.
PVRIS have announced some new tour dates.
Justin Nace has parted ways with PVRIS.
PVRIS have shared a new acoustic version of “Hallucinations.”
Halsey has announced some new tour dates with PVRIS opening.
PVRIS have released a video for “Old Wounds.”
PVRIS have dropped a video for their new song “Hallucinations.” The band also talked to Alt. Press about the new song and what’s coming next:
Gunn assures that more new PVRIS music is “guaranteed” to come within the next year. “It’s just a matter of when,” she says. “Absolutely within the next year. There’s a lot of new stuff coming.” As per usual, these songs will demonstrate that trademark PVRIS diversity. “No one song is going to be similar to the other,” Gunn says. “So [fans should] keep their ears peeled for a few different flavors.”
The band will release a new EP on October 25th, and a full-length early next year. The song is also up on all streaming services.
PVRIS have been sending some flexi-discs to fans of their new single “Hallucinations.”
PVRIS have announced they’ll be sharing some new, unreleased, music with a select group of fans on their upcoming tour.
PVRIS have released a video for their new song “Death of Me.” Along with the new release, the band have signed with Reprise/Warner Records for their new album.
PVRIS are teasing a new music video.
The Aces have shared a new remix of “Last One” byPVRIS.
PVRIS teased some new music on Instagram last night. They were captured and posted on Twitter.
Lynn Gunn of PVRIS sat down with Billboard to talk about what the band’s currently working on:
The touring experience is “the number one thing,” as Gunn tells Billboard, but now she’s ready to go home to Brooklyn for a bit, lay low and… get to work on PVRIS’ third album.
Rock Sound talked with PVRIS about their ideas on what their next album could look like.
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 have shared a new stripped down version of “Heaven.”
Pvris have announced some additional tour dates.
Tonight Alive have shared a teaser for their new song, “Disappear,” which features PVRIS’ Lynn Gunn.
Lynn Gunn of PVRIS posted on Instagram that she’s been working on new music and collaborating with some fun people over the past few weeks.