PVRIS have announced a new video for their upcoming single “Death Of Me” is dropping this Friday, and we can’t contain our excitement. 

Previously, the band have teased their next era and said a music video is coming. 

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Back in October, PVRIS vocalist Lynn Gunn mentioned the band were at work on new tunes. 

“AWKOHAWNOH touring cycle has been done for a hot sec… never really said anything to close it out bc it felt weird and we kind of immediately jumped into what’s coming next… for those curious… we’ve been workin on new music and will be for a bit…

“That being said, it was an extremely weird/hard/beautiful cycle but I wouldn’t have had it any other way. I truly feel it prepared us for whatever happens on this next one… thanks for all the love through it. ♥️”


After that, a few weeks ago, Gunn gave us that new music could soon be on the horizon. She posted a photo of herself at a piano with the caption, “Hi. We may or may not be shooting a video today. That is all. Xoxo”

 

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Hi. We may or may not be shooting a video today. That is all. Xoxo

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Now, the band has continued their teasing for days with ominous posts leading up to the announcement.

Earlier this year, they wiped their social media. In recent days, they’ve posted a few ominous photos. Fans believed that it meant something big was coming.

Check those out below.

 

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PVRIS finally stopped messing with us and let us know that was going on — we are getting a new song and a music video this Friday. To make it even better, they shared a short teaser clip of what the video is going to look like.

See it for yourself below.

 

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New song, new video. Friday.

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The new song will be the band’s first release since 2017’s All We Know Of Heaven, All We Need Of Hell. 

How excited are you for a new PVRIS track? Sound off in the comments down below!

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