Watch PVRIS share trippy ‘Hallucinations’ visuals

PVRIS share trippy ‘Hallucinations’ visuals

The new vid comes ahead of their performances at Reading & Leeds this weekend and their new EP dropping in October!

Following their comeback track ‘Death of Me’ last month, which marked the group’s first slice of new music since 2017’s ‘All We Need Of Heaven, All We Know Are Hell’, PVRIS have just dropped their latest sizzler ‘Hallucinations’.

Blending pop elements with their electro-rock roots, it’s a thumping new track destined to Go Off during their sets on the BBC Radio One stage at Reading & Leeds this weekend. The song also marks our second taste of their forthcoming new EP, which is set for release on 25th October, before a brand new full-length lands next year.

Sharing the accompanying video, it’s suitably full of trippy imagery and occult-esque visuals. Think American Horror Story does PVRIS and you’re halfway there. Take a look now!

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