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PVRIS - White Noise Deluxe Album Out Now! Featuring 2 New songs!




PVRIS are a fast and forever rising American trio from Massachusetts. They released their highly successful debut, 'White Noise' in 2014, and are still reaping the benefits and soaring to greater heights with it! They decided to release a deluxe version of their dark electro cinematic rock sound, out now (released 22nd April 2016), which luckily for us includes new song, 'Empty', which is hugely ambient and atmospheric, with Lynn's characteristic powerhouse vocals, leaving a lasting impression, and a stunning stripped down version of new single, 'You And I', which differs greatly from the original, but is equally powerful and impressive, having a seriously emotive, beautiful and haunting raw sound. 

They are certainly in the spotlight right now, having recently supported Fall Out Boy in the US in February/March 2016, they then embarked on their first ever headline UK tour which started and finished this month, which went down a storm , with many a sold out show, and then of course a US headline tour is on the way for May. Finally, not too mention, last night (22nd April 2016) they provided support for popular British rock electronic act, Bring Me The Horizon, who personally asked them to play, at a sold out show at The Royal Albert Hall in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust. This isn't the first time they have supported either, first doing so in October/November 2015 in the US and UK! They have landed some big support slots in a short space of time, and now are ready to be the headliners! 

The sky is the limit for PVRIS, who are one of the most exciting and refreshing rock bands to grace the scene in a while, and the latest offering in the form of the new songs/deluxe album, is acting as a transition period to tide us over and give us some insight into their yet to be released sophomore album. The deluxe version also features a music video for every song featured on the album minus, 'Empty' (hopefully this is on the way!) and again highlights why the band are so popular, as they pride themselves on visual imagery, mystery and concepts, with all the videos being cohesive and well thought out.

Jump on the PVRIS bangwagon if you somehow haven't already! You are seriously missing out if not!

Listen to the two new songs yourself below:
















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