PVRIS have postponed their UK and European tour to 2023

PVRIS have postponed their upcoming tour of Europe and the UK, moving their starting point to next January from later in April.

The nine-month delay comes as the band decided to focus on their as-yet-unannounced album, which frontwoman Lynn Gunn announced in a release today (May 5).

Gunn explained that the tour was originally “intended to be accompanied by a brand new PVRIS album,” but up to that point, she and her bandmates had been held back by “the unlimited amount of obstacles and setbacks caused by the pandemic,” as well lack of support from their former label Rise Records.

Explaining this notice, she cited the label’s “lack of space, lack of time, lack of budget, and conflict of priorities/interests regarding the PVRIS brand and community” and said that as a result, it “became almost impossible to have this album written, recorded.” , designed, of standard and ready for consumption at the time of this tour”.

Noting that PVRIS is “now free to move forward into this next chapter,” Gunn continued, “I never wish to compromise on the creative quality or integrity of our music and visuals. This is something that has sadly had to be done too often in the past album cycle (we did our best despite the circumstances). I refuse to do this in the future.

“PVRIS deserves better and you deserve better because you are the only reason we do what we do.”

The tour now kicks off in Manchester on January 22nd, followed by performances in Glasgow, Birmingham and London. The European stint starts on January 29th in Antwerp, from where the band will play on stages in Tilburg, Paris, Cologne, Hamberg, Vienna, Munich, Milan and Berlin. Tickets for the Glasgow, Birmingham and London shows can be found here, with the rest available on the PVRIS website.

PVRIS announced their “new era” last July, confirming that new music would be played on subsequent shows. They released an electrifying new single entitled “My Way” in October and teamed up with Miyavi for “Snakes” in November.

The band released their third album Use Me in August 2020. NME‘s Dannii Leivers described the album as one where Gunn “leaves her fears behind and takes the spotlight” and “delivers the sound of an artist flexing her muscles, making sense of and making peace with her past and ahead.” all a new future”.

Last month it was announced that PVRIS would be supporting Machine Gun Kelly on several dates of his North American Mainstream Sellout Tour.

PVRIS’ 2023 UK and European tour dates are:

Sunday 22 – Manchester, Manchester Academy
Monday 23 – Glasgow, O2 Academy
Wednesday 25 – Birmingham, O2 Institute
Thursday 26 – London, O2 Academy Brixton
Sunday 29 – Antwerp, Kavka Zappa
Tuesday 31 – Tilburg, 013

Wednesday 1 – Paris, Alhambra
Thursday 2 – Cologne, Gloria Theater
Saturday 4th – Hamburg, Grünspan
Monday 6 – Vienna, Flex
Tuesday, 7th – Munich, Technikum
Wednesday 8 – Milan, Magazzini Generali
Friday 10th – Berlin, Gretchen

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Caroline Bleakley

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