Lynn Gunn has responded to the claims to PVRIS’s VIP Meet and Greet Packages are too expensive.
For the UK/EU shows, the band are offering two packages, which includes t-shirt, early entry and a surprise gift from the band.
However, after recieving compaints regarding the prices of these packages, Lynn has shared a statement which can be read below.
Pvris have revealed who will be supporting them at their London shows.
Fickle Friends have unfortunately had to pull out of the show and therefore will be replaced by Prides.
For those who don’t know them, here’s what they sound like:
You can catch them opening for Pvris on May 4th and 5th at London Shepherd#s Bush Empire.
Leeds Festival have announced over 100 more acts for their annual festival in August.
This year Pvris are heading to the main stage!
Lynn Gunn said, “We are excited to see what comes from it this time around and perhaps even play some new tunes *wink wink*”.
More teasing for us fans, while we wait for the album number two announcement.
Also Added to the lineup are Boston Manor, Palisades, Breaking Benjamin, Arcane Roots, Vant and 90+ acts.
Check out the full lineup and stage splits below!
They’re doing well in the UK Album chart, debuting at #11. Although, that hasn’t stopped the band doing a new version of a track. This is namely Pvris’s Lynn Gunn lending her vocals to the track Fire That Burns. She bursts in around the 1.30 mark so what are you waiting for?
Have a listen below!
Pvris are in for a great year. They’ve been recording material for album two! They’re opening for Muse and 30 Seconds To Mars. They have announced two shows for London, one of which is sold out and the other is close to. And they made their live comeback at SXSW the other day!
They played the show in support of Planned Parenthood and by the looks of things, they absolutely killed it on stage!
Chills right there! I can’t wait to see them live again but I can wait a little longer. I’m a patient person deep down.
Their London gigs are:
4th – London Shepherd’s Bush Empire – SOLD OUT
5th – London Shepherd’s Bush Empire
Pvris are going to be playing a free show for Planned Parenthood.
It’ll be at Mohawk in Austin, Texas for South By Southwest, which will be taking place on March 12th.
Also playing will be Sleigh Bells, Girlpool and Hoops.
All you have to do is RSVP on the following link.
Here’s a tweet from Lynn.
Northlane’s frontman Marcus Bridge has covered PVRIS. This chilling cover of ‘Holy’ is absolutely amazing and will send a chill down anyone’s spine!
Check it out below.
On Marcus’s Youtube page, he wrote: “I’ve had this cover on my computer for about 2 years, but I’ve finally gotten around to posting it! This is based on the Empty Room Sessions version of Holy.”
If you’re unfamiliar with the Empty Room Sessions, then check this out!
PVRIS have announced another huge UK headline show!
They’ve already sold out their first date on the 4th May so they’ve spoiled everyone and added a second night in the British Capital.
They’ll be playing the venue on May 05, as well as May 04.
Here’s‘s the link.
PVRIS have been teasing us all throughout the last week but now we know what they have been planning!
They’ve announced a headline show at London’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire on May 4th. Tickets go on sale 10am Feb 24th (This Friday). Here’s the link.
Their new album is recorded and now we much wait anxiously for the follow up to White Noise.
They’ll also be hitting up Europe as well. Here’s the dates.
08 – PARIS Trabendo
10 – AMSTERDAM Melkweg
11 – BERLIN Columbia
Stop the press! Hold the phones! some amazing album new has come out today and that is…… Pvris have officially finished recording their new album!
Have a look at this:
This is one of my highly anticipated albums of the year because I’ve been in love with this band ever since I first heard them. They’re superstars in the making but let’s see if this album will skyrocket them to that status! With songs such as Fire and You & I, it’s no doubt that will happen soon.
The release date is TBA but hopefully it’ll come this year.
Here’s what their last album brought: