PVRIS Drops Live Videos for “Walk Alone”, “Nola 1” & “You and I”
- American rock band PVRIS performed on a livestream show in Arizona back in January.
The band has dropped three live videos for “Walk Alone”, “Nola 1” and “You and I” from the livestream show.
“Walk Alone” and “Nola 1” are included on their sophomore album “All We Know of Heaven, All We Need of Hell”, which was released in 2017.
“You and I” is included on the debut album “White Noise” deluxe version.
Also, the band performed their third studio album “Use Me” on livestream for the first time on April 17th.
After the release of the album “Use Me”, the band joined in American singer-songwriter Kiiara's debut album “lil kiiwi” last October, as well as Canadian DJ REZZ's new song “Sacrificial” back in March.
Frontwoman Lynn Gunn said of “Walk Alone”, “I had that instrumental for such a long time and was just waiting to get to the studio to see how it would shape up. I didn't have any vocal ideas for it so when it came to it, I took the vocals and melody of another demo that we didn't end up using, and put it over this. It fit perfectly. This one was a funny Frankenstein one in a way. Little bits and pieces of everything thrown in, which I think gives it a left of centre feel.”
She said of “Nola 1”, “That's one of my favourites on the record, which is a hard pick. That song was the first one I wrote when we weren't finished playing shows, but it was our first extensive break we had from touring. I went to New Orleans with Blake and we posted up in an Airbnb for a week. It was the first time in two or three years that I had time just to breathe, exist and not have any type of pressure looming over me. It was a very lost period for me. That song has the perfect blend of upbeat summer vibes with a very underlying sadness and melancholy, which is what that trip was. It was so relaxing, a breath of fresh air, but it was also very sad with that reflection. It offers the most resolution out of all the songs and takes the story full circle with its ghosts and mirrors.”
- source : YouTube