Earlier this year producer, singer/songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist PVRIS (Lyndsey Gunnulfsen), released her new single“GODDESS” via Hopeless Records. The single is a gritty, punchy and action packed dance party that channels female rage, power, confidence, and autonomy all in one.Today she shares the video for the song and says about the track, “Goddess is a gritty, punchy and action packed dance party that channels female rage, power, confidence, and autonomy all in one. It’s a celebration of femininity, all shapes and forms, and a cathartic, guttural scream at the same time.”
“Goddess” is the follow up to the pair of singles that PVRIS shared in late 2022 – “ANYWHERE BUT HERE” and “ANIMAL”. Together they served as a reminder of the range and multifaceted nature of Gunnulfsen’s artistry. Accompanying the singles was PVRIS’ first short film, directed by long-time friend and tourmate Jax Anderson.
Fall Out Boy have announced a new headlining tour of the UK to take place later this year.
The Grammy nominated rock favourites announced that their eighth studio album So Much (For) Stardust will be released March 24th 2023 on Fueled By Ramen/Elektra. The album marks the band’s first new album in more than five years. In July 2021, Fall Out Boy embarked on THE HELLA MEGA TOUR in the US alongside Green Day & Weezer, playing live in front of over 1 million fans on a sold-out global stadium tour and marking the first time the three bands had headed out on the road together.
PVRIS & Nothing, Nowhere will be the supports on the touring dates.
Check out the touring dates below.
27th – First Direct Arena, Leeds
28th – OVO Hydro, Glasgow
29th – AO Arena, Manchester
31st – Utility Arena, Birmingham
The O2, London
Fans who pre-order the new album from their webstore https://falloutboy.lnk.to/store/ will get exclusive pre-sale access to UK and Europe tour tickets. This pre-sale will open Wednesday February 8th at 4pm GMT / 5pm CET and close on Tuesday February 14th at 2pm GMT / 3pm CET. General tickets will be available for purchase from 10am local time on Friday February 17th.
The Slam Dunk Festival 2023 lineup is complete and it’s beautiful!
PVRIS, The Maine, Jxdn, Sueco, Escape The Fate, Teenage Bottlerocket, Scene Queen, Emarosa, LANDMVRKS, Higher Power, Youth Fountain, ZAND, LØLØ, Millie Manders and the Shutup AND The Tyne
They join the already announced Enter Shikari, The Offspring, Billy Talent, Creeper, Trash Boat, Kids In Glass Houses, Fireworks, The Academy Is…, Yellowcard, Four Year Strong, We Came As Romans, Movements, Static Dress and loads more.
Anddddd the stage splits have also dropped! There’s going to be some clashes there!
Pvris have announced they have rescheduled their upcoming UK Touring dates back to 2023.
Lynn Gunn explains:
“The original Spring 2022 headline tour dates were meant to be accompanied by a brand new PVRIS album.
Due to the unlimited amount of obstacles and setbacks brought on from the pandemic along with being placed in limbo by our old label; the lack of space, lack of time, lack of budget and conflict of priorities/interest regarding the PVRIS brand and community (from them not us) proved it nearly impossible to have this album written, recorded, conceptualized, up to standard and ready for your consumption by the time of this tour.
I never want to compromise the creative quality of our music and visuals. This is something that unfortunately had to be done too many times on this past album cycle (we gave it our best despite the circumstances). I refuse to do that moving forward. PVRIS deserves better and you deserve better, as you are the sole reason we get to do what we do.
Our Spring tour will be moved to 2023. PVRIS is now free to move into this next chapter. Thank you for your patience. Album in progress. Let’s make this the best one yet.
PVRIS have been making their performances on the gaming circuit recently, where the latest performance have been at the VALORANT Champions Finals.
In one of those performances, Pvris’s own Lynn Gunn performed ‘Sacrificial’ alongside Rezz as well as her own track ‘Monster’, and aside from the vocals being top notch, it was the visuals that took it to the next level.
Pvris have dropped a new track, ‘Monster’, the first offering since the release of their 2020 record, ‘Use Me’.
“‘Monster’ is a song about reckoning with outside opinions and expectations put upon oneself. It can be easy to take on the weight of negative situations/opinions, this is about the struggle of releasing those inhibitions and internalizations and returning back to yourself.”