Also, will the next PVRIS album include a saxophone?
PVRIS have officially wrapped up all performance engagements for the 'All We Know Of Heaven, All We Need Of Hell' album cycle (aside from a one-off charity show supporting addiction recovery). And that means they're working towards album number three.
In a recent chat with Billboard, Lynn Gunn revealed that work has already started on the band's follow-up to their 2017 album 'All We Know Of Heaven, All We Need Of Hell', saying that when it comes to new music she's "always thinking about it! I actually had a session yesterday with a new person to try collaborating with as a producer, and it went really well, we had a cool time. The early stages have started."
She also revealed that when it comes to writing new music, she can write out on the road when it comes organically, but has equally spent a chunk of time in writing sessions "I did a lot of writing out in L.A. this past winter, just meeting with new people to team up with and seeing who vibes and who doesn't, and we got started pretty early. So all of August, I’ll just be here [in New York] working away, and trying to purge all kinds of ideas and get inspired."
So it's all sounding very promising.
There's also talk of bringing new sounds to PVRIS, sharing that she can play saxophone, and would one day like to include some horns in their music, saying "I used to play saxophone and horns. Maybe not on this record, but it would be really cool to hop on that horn. I would love to [do that]."
Whatever is coming next for PVRIS, consider us excited.