Review: White Noise – PVRIS.

PVRISSince singing to Rise records in June of this year PVRIS have been forging a path for themselves amongst the main players of pop punk touring with the likes of Tonight Alive, Mayday Parade and We Are the in Crowd.

It’s easy to see why as their debut album White Noise has gone down so well – single St. Patrick, the second track on the album is already gathering airplay on UK radio stations and is perfectly represents their sound. Its catchy and upbeat tempo will definitely have you on your feet if you happen to be near a dance floor or an open space.

There is also the fan favourite My House, their passion shining through with a hook of a chorus. However, the album has changes in pace with Eyelids being a much more personal and softer sounding track, giving a glimpse into a much more emotional side of the band.

Once you manage to get one chorus out of your head another takes over on loop. It’s not only lead singer and guitarist Lynn Gunn’s fresh vocals that etch the songs to your mind, but Alex Babinski on guitar and keys and Brian Macdonald on bass and keys who help tie it all together.

The album has subtle hints of Versa, having been produced by the talented Blake Harnage, but they maintain their own sound and rhythm throughout to create songs you can dance to and no doubt belt out back at them when they tour.

This band is definitely one to watch out for in the next year with this collection of songs that showcase their promise through a driving force of raw emotion and energy.

[5/5]

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