Hot Gig Alert (8/10): PVRIS’s Lynn Gunn brings her redemption album to Boston tomorrow night

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Hot Gig Alert (8/10): PVRIS’s Lynn Gunn brings her redemption album to Boston tomorrow night

The dynamo that is Lynn Gunn of PVRIS is finally having the chance to bring her redemption record, “Use Me”, to life and we’re fully here for it on her first North American tour for the critically acclaimed record. With her roots in Massachusetts, Lowell in particular, the show tomorrow night is sure to be a homecoming for the books. Fresh off the album, it’s finally the chance for Gunn to present these songs live. To take the stage with this new collection of empowerment anthems and glimmering notes served up with a perfect dose of grittiness. PVRIS has always presented a live show that stands out on top of others, but this tour is a whole other level and the perfect rebirth for Gunn.

Be it the beautifully harsh Dead Weight to the empowerment anthem, Good To Be Alive, the album is a non-stop dance-worthy affair that is what Gunn always was at her finest. Now with full control of the band and an album produced by JT Daly, known for his work with K. Flay and as a longtime frontman in his own right with his act, Paper Route, “Use Me” is what Gunn always deserved to have as representing PVRIS. The tour is what people need right now and with support from Royal & The Serpent, also coming off a huge 2020, it’s definitely a no-miss for your return to live music.

Tickets are still available for tomorrow’s show at the iconic House of Blues Boston and doors open at 6:30 pm! With the show kicking off at 8:00 pm, it’s a no-miss night of empowerment and glittering anthems. For tomorrow’s show and all remaining dates of the tour, tickets can be found via PVRIS’s website. Hope to see you at the gig!

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Colleen has been writing about music since 2009. Interviewing bands since the glory days of Warped and has continued to do so for now over fourteen years. As well as doing freelance for other publications, the love for everything rock continues today.