PVRIS announce ‘Use Me’ live-streamed show for this month

The gig serves as the final part in a trilogy of online performances

PVRIS are set to perform their third album ‘Use Me’ during a forthcoming live-streamed show.

Use Me: The Live Experience will follow two previous virtual concerts that saw the Lynn Gunn-fronted group play their first two records – ‘White Noise’ (2014) and ‘All We Know Of Heaven, All We Need of Hell’ (2017) – in their entirety.

The final show in the series will take place on Saturday, April 17, focusing on PVRIS’ most recent full-length ‘Use Me’ which came out last August. Fans in the UK will be able to tune in at 1am on April 18 (5pm PST/8pm EST on April 17 in the US).

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Digital tickets and new merchandise bundles can be purchased here, with a one-time pass costing $14.99 (£11). A free trial or subscription to Pillar is required to access the live-stream.

You can see the announcement tweet and black-and-white teaser video below:

Back in February, PVRIS joined forces with Canadian producer and DJ REZZ on a track called ‘Sacrificial’.

In a four-star review of the group’s latest album, NME wrote: “‘Use Me’ is the sound of an artist flexing her muscles, making sense of and peace with her past and, most importantly, embracing a new future.”

Gunn explained during an interview with NME that she allowed herself “to take credit” for the band’s success with the LP. “With all the work I was putting into this next record, it felt really weird and uncomfortable to be giving equal credit to everyone,” she explained.

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Shortly before ‘Use Me’ was released, it was announced that former PVRIS member Alex Babinski had parted ways with the group amid allegations of sexual harassment. The band said in a statement that he would be “handling these matters privately and professionally”.

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