Use Me: A Live Experience begins at 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET on Saturday, April 17. Tickets are available here for $15, with different prices for those who wish to join their member club for longer than a free trial and gain access to future livestreams and unreleased content. They also have some merch options linked through their Pillar club platform, which is where the livestream will take place.
get ready for the final show. ‘use me: the live experience’ will be streamed live on saturday april 17th at 5pm pst/8pm est via @pillar_music. shop the new collection, tickets, and VIP now. who are we seeing there? pic.twitter.com/LwfbTUuQMp
— PVRIS (@ThisIsPVRIS) April 6, 2021
The album is much more pop-driven than their previous rock-inspired albums White Noise (2014) and All We Know of Heaven, All We Need of Hell (2017). It was preceded by several singles, including “Death of Me,” “Old Wounds,” “Dead Weight” and “Gimme a Minute.”
mxdwn spoke with PVRIS frontwoman Lynn Gunn about Use Me around the time it was released. Gunn discussed the album’s double delay due to her desire to give current events such as the Black Lives Matter protests more attention, and also commented that the postponement had inadvertently led to 070 Shake’s decision to feature on the title track, “Use Me.” She talked about several other things as well, including how her health problems had factored into the album, especially as they relate to the song “Good to be Alive.”
PVRIS is tentatively set to play a show at The Fonda Theater in Hollywood this May if everything goes as planned. Gunn and her band have also been collaborating with a lot of artists on a recent stream of singles, including guardin’s “alive,” Kiiara’s “Numb” along with DeathbyRomy, a reimagining of morgxn’s “WONDER,” a remix of Kat Cunning’s “Supernova (tigers blud),” a remix of Joywave’s “Coming Apart” and Rezz’s “Sacrificial.”
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