Most Anticipated of 2017: #4 PVRIS Break Out

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Fresh off the heels of 2014’s smash debut album White Noise, PVRIS wouldn’t have been faulted for following up quickly and capitalizing on the buzz. Instead, the band spent an immense amount of time on the road honing their live performance and building an even bigger audience. The wait for what’s next is almost over.

Last year, PVRIS released a new deluxe edition of White Noise, complete with new single “You and I” – a hint of what may be to come. On their debut, PVRIS toed the line between dance pop and post-hardcore ambience, but the trio may be wise to capitalize on their pop sensibilities. Lynn Gunn has become one of the most exciting figures in the scene, and during the past two years of touring, has become an even more potent vocalist.

PVRIS undoubtedly feels the pressure that rests firmly on their sophomore release. It’s been several years since a band from the scene has had a true chance at crossover dominance, and PVRIS feels more primed than any band since Paramore to make it happen. Whether they break through to the mainstream or not, we can be certain that their follow-up will be built on the idea that practice makes perfect.

by Kiel Hauck

kiel_hauckKiel Hauck is the editor in chief at It’s All Dead. Over the past decade, he has been a contributor for multiple online and print publications and was most recently an editor at PopMatters. Kiel currently resides in Indianapolis, IN with his wife and their imaginary pet, Hand Dog. You can follow him on Twitter.

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