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PVRIS Post Two New Singles Anywhere But Here And Animal

Friday, 21 October 2022 Written by Jon Stickler

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PVRIS has returned with two new songs, Anywhere But Here and Animal.

Marking the first songs to be released by the Lynn Gunn-led project on her new label, Hopeless Records, the former is a gentle, dreamy introspective offering, while the latter is a more scathing, fiery affair.

The contrasting tracks will appear on the as-yet-untitled follow-up to 2020's 'Use Me', and arrive with a six-and-a-half-minute short film, directed by Jax Anderson. Take a look below. Gunn said:

"At its core, Anywhere But Here is about wanting to escape your surroundings. My whole life I’ve always found myself restless and eager to be somewhere else. I always imagine existing in different times and different places; everywhere and anywhere but where I am in the moment, even the good moments. I think a lot of us experience that to some degree, a longing to be somewhere or with someone you can’t necessarily identify."

She continued: "Animal is all about defiance, breaking free of control whether it’s from other people, or from ourselves. It can even be looked at through a wider lens and interpreted as defiance towards "the man", government, or the algorithms that run our lives, that "know us". It's about challenging the identity the outside world chooses to give you. It’s also a comment on fame and spectacle. I feel like we as a society are quick to dehumanize each other and hold people in fixed forms denying one another the opportunities to grow and evolve. I think this holds true especially those in any scale of a spotlight; artists, actors, influencers, models, athletes, politicians, etc… this can be true for personal relationships as well. We do each other a disservice by restricting one another to these metaphorical cages. Animal is about challenging that."

PVRIS have a show lined up at the Troubadour in Los Angeles on October 27, following an appearance at When We Were Young Festival in Las Vegas. In January, they'll embark on a UK and European tour, their first trek overseas since 2019.

PVRIS Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Thu October 27 2022 - LOS ANGELES California - Troubadour (USA)

Sun January 22 2023 - MANCHESTER Manchester Academy
Mon January 23 2023 - GLASGOW O2 Academy Glasgow
Wed January 25 2023 - BIRMINGHAM O2 Institute
Thu January 26 2023 - LONDON O2 Academy Brixton

Sun January 29 2023 - ANTWERP Kavka Zappa (Belgium)
Tue January 31 2023 - TILBURG 013 (Netherlands)
Wed February 01 2023 - PARIS Alhambra (France)
Thu February 02 2023 - COLOGNE Gloria Theater (Germany)
Sat February 04 2023 - HAMBURG Grunspan (Germany)
Mon February 06 2023 - VIENNA Flex (Austria)
Tue February 07 2023 - MUNICH Technikum (Germany)
Wed February 08 2023 - MILAN Magazzini Generali (Italy)
Fri February 10 2023 - BERLIN GRETCHEN (Germany)

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