Delayed: PVRIS have pushed the release of ‘All We Know Of Heaven, All We Need Of Hell’ back

PVRIS have pushed the release of ‘All We Know Of Heaven, All We Need Of Hell’ back

It’ll now be out on 25th August due to “some last-minute production tweaks”.

PVRIS were due to release their brand new album ‘All We Know Of Heaven, All We Need Of Hell’ on 4th August, and were building up a head of steam behind it by showcasing two singles: ‘Heaven’ and ‘What’s Wrong’.

Now though, the album has been delayed by a couple of weeks. It’s now coming out on 25th August, and they explained the need to slightly push the release date back on Facebook: “Hey everyone, we’re excited for all of you to hear AWKOHAWNOH but due to some last-minute production tweaks, we have to move the release date to August 25th. We appreciate your patience and promise it will be worth the wait!” We’re pretty sure it will be guys…

Later in the year, after festival dates at the likes of Pukkelpop and Lowlands, PVRIS will be headed back to the UK and Ireland in support of their new album. They’re headed to Bristol, Birmingham, Dublin, Belfast, Glasgow, Manchester and London. Tickets are on sale now.

See all of PVRIS’ upcoming tour dates and revisit the video for ‘What’s Wrong’ below.

NOVEMBER
22 Bristol O2 Academy
23 Birmingham O2 Academy
24 Dublin Academy
25 Belfast Mandela Hall
27 Glasgow O2 Academy
28 Manchester Academy
30 London O2 Academy Brixton

PVRIS will play Pukkelpop (16th-19th August) and Lowlands (18th-20th August), where DIY is an official media partner. Tickets are on sale now. Visit diymag.com/presents for more information.

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