10 Songs, 42 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

“Don’t need a metaphor for you to know I’m miserable,” sings Lynn Gunn on “What’s Wrong.” After PVRIS’ conceptual debut, White Noise, singer/guitarist Gunn confronts heartache and anxiety with new candor and vulnerability. It fuels a darker, broader sound without sacrificing the trio’s gift for arena-filling choruses. Their compelling fusion of rock and electronic suggests Florence + The Machine on the soaring, percussive “What’s Wrong” and “Heaven,” while they pull off the difficult trick of making rock music that’s dramatic and grand but not overripe on “No Mercy.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

“Don’t need a metaphor for you to know I’m miserable,” sings Lynn Gunn on “What’s Wrong.” After PVRIS’ conceptual debut, White Noise, singer/guitarist Gunn confronts heartache and anxiety with new candor and vulnerability. It fuels a darker, broader sound without sacrificing the trio’s gift for arena-filling choruses. Their compelling fusion of rock and electronic suggests Florence + The Machine on the soaring, percussive “What’s Wrong” and “Heaven,” while they pull off the difficult trick of making rock music that’s dramatic and grand but not overripe on “No Mercy.”

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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
284 Ratings

284 Ratings

Joolie1 ,

Work of Art

Absolute genius. After a second of listening you can literally hear just how much went into making this album. Every song has its own unique sound with deep into the soul lyrics. I am a huge fan of their first album, “White Noise” but this one definitely takes the crown. Beautifully and professionally arranged. I recommend this to anyone and everyone who appreciates music in general. 4 thumbs up!!!

shortymb_2000 ,

Actually listened to the whole album

They topped their last album and that alone is awesome. This outing shows their growth musically and as song writers. The melodies are sometimes subtle but no less beautiful. This band manages to walk the line of what could be terrible and derivative, but manages to be successful at it.

Sydney Vanefsky ,

shout out to alex babinski

I've been listening to this band since 2013/2014 and they've never disappointed with their sound and visuals. They blend so well, from Lyndsey's vocals, Alex's mesmerizing guitar parts, to Brian's bass lines, it's all mashed together to make some amazing sounds and i know for a fact this record will be absolutely fantastic. White Noise is still my all time favorite album, I listen through it at least once a day, and I have a feeling this one could top it. I especially can't wait to hear this entire thing live, it'll be an experience.

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