PVRIS are ticking things off the ol’ bucket list fast. Ahead of their first ever UK headline tour, the band have announced details of their first ever US headline tour. We know, about time right?
The 23-date run kicks off on May 11th at Nashville’s Cannery Ballroom and winds itself around North America before finishing up at a home State show on June 10th at Boston’s Royale. Tickets go on sale this Friday (April 1st) and the full list of dates is as follows.
11 Cannery Ballroom, Nashville, TN
12 Center Stage, Atlanta, GA
13 House of Blues, Lake Beuna Vista, FL
15 House of Blues, Dallas, TX
16 House of Blues, Houston, TX
17 Alamo City Music Hall, San Antonio, TX
19 Livewire, Scottsdale, AZ
20 Henry Fonda Theatre, Los Angeles, CA
21 Vinyl @ Hard Rock Hotel, Los Vegas, NV
22 House of Blues, San Diego, CA
24 Regency Ballroom, San Francisco, CA
25 Hawthorne Theatre, Portland, OR
26 Neptune, Seattle, WA
28 The Complex, Salt Lake City, UT
29 The Summit, Denver, CO
31 Mill City Nights, Minneapolis, MN
02 House of Blues, Chicago
03 Bunbury Festival, Cincinnati, OH
04 St. Andrews Hall, Detroit, MI
05 Phoenix Concert Theatre, Toronto, ON
06 Corona Theatre, Montreal, QC
08 Webster Hall, New York, NY
10 Royale, Boston, MA
or if you like your dates to look more poster-like, here’s a poster.
The tour comes after the release of the deluxe edition of PVRIS’ debut album ‘White Noise‘ which is out April 22nd and as for what comes next, the band are writing new music, “Every single day,” according to Lynn Gunn.
“We love ‘White Noise’, but we’re excited to expand on it. Definitely excited to just make more and put more out there. We already have so much shit ready to go, but it’s all just timing. You know how it goes but it’s ready. We can’t release them right now but I just want people to know it’s getting worked on, it’s happening and it’s going to be really cool. Just keep waiting, please.”
“The darkness isn’t going to get lost, if anything there’s going to be more, at least lyrically. I think the sound, sonically might be a more atmospheric and, you’ll find out. You’ll see. We’re never going to make the same record twice but we’ll always keep it honest and real. It’s definitely different. It’s definitely new and exciting, but it’s still very PVRIS.”