PVRIS have now announced details of their second album, All We Know Of Heaven, All We Need Of Hell – the follow up to their White Noise debut – set for release by Rise Records on 4 August.
PVRIS recently released HEAVEN, the stunning first single and video from their hugely anticipated second album, ALL WE KNOW OF HEAVEN, ALL WE NEED OF HELL, released by Rise Records on 4 August.
They have now followed this with the release of a second track and video, WHAT’S WRONG, which was recently premiered by Annie Mac on BBC Radio 1. The video was directed by longtime collaborator Raul Gonzo, who also directed the HEAVEN video along with PVRIS vocalist Lynn Gunn, and which has already amassed well over 1 million views on YouTube.
Both HEAVEN and WHAT’S WRONG are available as instant downloads on all album pre-orders.
The album was recorded with Blake Harnage, who produced the band’s 2014 debut WHITE NOISE, and is available to pre-order now with various bundles available, including white and smoke-coloured vinyl.
After their recent sold out European tour, including two stunning performances at London Shepherds Bush Empire, PVRIS have now announced a further European and UK tour for this November. These shows follow their recent Australian dates; their current USA tour with Muse and Thirty Seconds to Mars; their forthcoming main stage appearances at the Leeds and Reading Festivals in August; and will see the band make their debut at the prestigious London Brixton Academy
With the new album, PVRIS will look to build upon the success of WHITE NOISE and its collection of songs that have so far amassed over 130 million Spotify streams and over 35 million YouTube views.
In support of their debut WHITE NOISE album, PVRIS performed on JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE; were spotlighted on LAST CALL WITH CARSON DALY; toured arenas with FALL OUT BOY; reached #1 on the Billboard TRENDING and EMERGING ARTISTS charts; and launched a headline tour that saw them play sold out shows around the world.
NME called them “a rock sensation”; MTV described them as “the best thing since sliced bread”; and the Huffington Post declared vocalist Lynn Gunn “a force that cannot be denied”.