Review: PVRIS – Cardiff Great Hall

PVRIS have been causing a storm across the alternative world in the past year.

From supporting All Time Low and Fall Out Boy on global tours, to the release of their debut ‘White Noise,’ it was time the Massachusetts  trio went and showed their talent on a headline tour.

The three-piece set Cardiff alight with opening track ‘Smoke’ and debut single ‘St Patrick’ keeping fans on their toes.

The audience remained captivated throughout the hour and a half set from every aspect of the show. The stage production is simple but effective; strobe lights and the bands iconic mirror featuring symbols relating to each song.

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Lynn Gunn shows her ability to control her audience. Switching between vulnerable during ‘Eyelids’ and ‘Only Love’, to a feisty ringleader in ‘Let Them In’ and ‘White Noise.’

The love that they share for their fans was crystal clear with Lynn often stopping to tell fans how much she loves them and having conversations mid set with lucky audience members.

PVRIS have played in small venues during the tour but have managed to put on a show worthy of global arenas. The bands success from only their debut album is incredible and we can see this as only the beginning of their world domination.

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Written by Ellie Nicholas

A 22-year-old UK-based graduate.
For business inquiries only please email me at: ellie-nicholas@hotmail.co.uk