PVRIS are back with new banger “Monster”


PVRIS are back with a bang literally, as they release a new banger of a song in “Monster”. PVRIS have been taking the world by storm with their previous album release Use Me which has garnered them immense praise and is one of their best works to date. This new release sees them really take it to the next level. The song starts off with a rather creepy vibe and then bursts into a fiery chorus where Lynn screams “How could you let them turn you into a monster?”  behind heavy synths and drums that really hold the song together and give it that extra powerful force. This is for sure going to be an energetic song for them to play live and a fan favorite for sure. They keep growing and thriving with each new release and they have come such a long way.We can’t wait to see whats on the horizon next for Pvris.

On the meaning of the song Lynn says; “‘Monster’ is a song about reckoning with outside opinions and expectations put upon oneself, It can be easy to take on the weight of negative situations/opinions, this is about the struggle of releasing those inhibitions and internalizations and returning back to yourself.”

Listen to “Monster” below:

Be sure to catch PVRIS on thier U.S summer/fall 2021 tour !
August 6             Detroit, MI                      The Majestic Café
August 7             Chicago, IL                       House of Blues Chicago (SOLD OUT!)
August 8             Columbus, OH                 Express Live!
August 10           Boston, MA                      House of Blues
August 11           New York, NY                   Webster Hall
August 13           Philadelphia, PA              Union Transfer
August 14           Pittsburg, PA                    Club XL
August 17           Baltimore, MD                 Rams Head Live
August 18           Charlotte, NC                   The Underground
August 19           Atlanta, GA                       The Masquerade
August 21           Austin, TX                          Emo’s
August 22           Dallas, TX                          Southside Music Hall
August 24           Denver, CO                       Summit Music Hall
August 25           Salt Lake City, UT            The Complex
August 27           Seattle, WA                      The Showbox
August 28           Portland, OR                    Wonder Ballroom
August 30           Sacramento, CA               Ace of Spades
September 1     San Francisco, CA            The Regency Ballroom
September 2     Los Angeles, CA               Fonda Theatre (SOLD OUT!)

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