You’re excited for a new PVRIS album. We’re excited for a new PVRIS album. The world is excited for a new PVRIS album. In a new interview, Lynn Gunn has dropped a couple of hints about what we can expect from it.
“I don’t want to give away too much, but I believe it is much broader and opened up in all aspects – sonically, lyrically, and visually,” starts Lynn. “I really hate to say it’s more ‘mature’ but we wrote ‘White Noise’ when I was 19 and we have all changed so much and experienced so much in the past 3 years at such a quick and intense rate, the music definitely reflects that.”
“Looking back, I can assure you that the ‘dark place’ (that inspired their debut) was nothing compared to where I found myself during and after the record cycle (hint: it got worse). This next record will not sound hopeful or optimistic, at least in a blatantly obvious manner, and I’m not quite sure if our music ever fully will. I think it will always possess some sort of pensive and melancholy undertones, they just might take different forms and themes. That being said, I think there are ways to find growth and constructiveness through the times and situations we label as negative, even more so than ‘positive’ ones, it’s just all a matter of perspective.”
“It’s about finding myself in an even darker place and the overall process, people and experiences that happened through that.”
PVRIS hit the road again in June, supporting Muse in America and The Amity Affliction in Australia.