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PVRIS’ Lynn Gunn is buried alive in video for dark new single ‘Love Is A…’
PVRIS have shared another brand new single from their upcoming fourth album – listen to ‘Love Is A…’ below.The new LP, titled ‘Evergreen’, was announced earlier this year with the single ‘Good Enemy’.The follow-up to 2020 album ‘Use Me’ will be released on July 14 via Hopeless Records and feature two songs shared last year, ‘Animal’ and ‘Anywhere But Here’.‘Love Is A…’ comes complete with a video that sees PVRIS’ vocalist Lynn Gunn buried alive.Watch the video, co-directed by Gunn, below.Speaking about the new album, Gunn said: “‘Evergreen’ is a reclamation of control in our post-pandemic culture, posing a complex discussion on fame, technology, spectacle, and female autonomy.”She added: “It’s not my job as an artist to cater to certain trends or people’s nostalgia, I have to follow what I feel compelled to follow and do my best to uncover what truths and messages I can find within that. I have to always embrace the risks of change and trust that each stage of my music’s life will resonate with whoever it’s meant to.”Later this year, PVRIS will head out on a co-headlining US tour with Poppy, dubbed the Godless/Goddess tour.The tour kicks off in mid-August in Seattle and makes its way to the east coast until mid-September. Click here for tickets and check out the dates below.AUGUST 2023 18 – Seattle, WA19 – Portland, OR22 – San Francisco, CA24 – Los Angeles, CA25 – Tempe, AZ26 – Las Vegas, NV28 – Salt Lake City, UT29 – Denver, COSEPTEMBER 20231 – San Antonio, TX2 – Houston, TX3 – Oklahoma City, OK6 – Kansas City, MO7 – Minneapolis, MN9 – St. Louis, MO10 – Columbus, OH13 – Pittsburgh, PA14 – Cleveland, OH15 – Toronto, ON
Kilby Block Party 2023 tickets: See Pavement, The Strokes, Ethel Cain, more
Salt Lake City’s Kilby Block Party.Taking place May 12-14 at the Utah State Fairgrounds, some of the hippest bands from the ’90s, ’00s, ’10s and today are dropping into SLC for three days of music, art, food and more.But for now, let’s talk music.Just a few of the mega headliners on the bill include The Strokes, Pavement, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Pixies and Run The Jewels.That’s not all though.Dominic Fike, Japanese Breakfast, Deerhoof, Goth Babe and Lucius are also set to perform at the three-day extravaganza.Plus, recently reunited rockers The Walkmen and rising star Ethel Cain will grace the fairground stages as well.Still not sold?Well, what if we told you affordable last-minute tickets are still available?Yes, at the time of publication, we found three-day passes going for as low as $200 before fees on Vivid Seats.While that may sound a tad bit pricey, make sure to take into consideration that single-day passes all start at $147 before fees.Thus, if you attend just two days of the music fest, you make out like a bandit.Don’t forget how many incredible bucket list acts you’ll get to see too.Take our word for it — the Kilby Block Party is truly a can’t miss event. Festivals just don’t curate lineups this good.Need more information?Keep reading — we’ve got all the pertinent details below.A complete calendar including all multi-day and single-day pass options can be found right here.(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time.
Sleep Token debut emotional new single ‘DYWTYLM’
Sleep Token have released a characteristically emotional new single, ‘DYWTYLM’ – check it out below.The track, whose title evidently stands for ‘Do You Wish That You Loved Me?’, is the sixth single from the mysterious masked collective’s upcoming sixth album ‘Take Me Back To Eden’, following ‘Chokehold’, ‘The Summoning’, ‘Granite’, ‘Aqua Regia’ and ‘Vore’.The song represents a hairpin turn for the band sonically, leaning much further into pop than any of the tracks from ‘Take Me Back To Eden’ so far. The album is due for release on May 19.Check out ‘DYWTYLM’ below:As per press release, ‘Take Me Back To Eden’ is promised to be “an hour-plus of music across 12 distinctive tracks”, serving as the third instalment of a trilogy comprised by their other two albums, 2019’s ‘Sundowning’ and 2021’s ‘This Place Will Become Your Tomb’.The anonymous band have also just announced their debut headline run of shows in the US, all of which sold out in a matter of days.