All We Know of Heaven, All We Need of Hell, PVRIS’s second album, is perhaps my favorite new album this year. While it feels less emo-core and more electronic than White Noise, PVRIS still delivers hard-hitting music with even more piercing lyrics. Continue reading “A Hundred Thousand Souls: PVRIS’s Second Album Elevates their Sound”
It’s always cool to see friends have stuff posted on the interwebs. My friend Lauren Jones recently wrote a review of the new PVRIS album for Alter the Press. Continue reading “Reblog Wednesday: ATP! Album Review: PVRIS”
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I was fortuitously introduced to PVRIS when Jessie sent me a two-volume mixed CD, all the way from Denver. I had been desperate to hear some new music for a few weeks, and of the myriad of bands I found on those CDs, PVRIS (pronounced ‘Paris’) stuck out. Continue reading “With Your Presence: Album Review of PVRIS’s White Noise”