The alt-pop trio PVRIS are back with a bewitching and haunting new EP, Hallucinations that will leave you hungry for more. After much teasing, and the singles “Death of Me” and “Hallucinations” were released it was only time before we were given a taste of the magic to come. PVRIS have been known to diverge between genres, from rock to alternative, to pop, always leaving a masterpiece behind in each wake. With the recent signing to Warner/Reprise Records, this new direction for PVRIS brings a lot to the table with reminisces of love, healing, and a sense of clarity in finding yourself and moving on.
This year will be kicking off to a great start, with the third annual AURA Music Festival at the “Ships Of The Sea Gardens” in Savannah, GA. The festival will feature thirteen bands throughout the day, a vast array of food trucks, and other various activities.
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Glow is the 3rd record from New Jersey hardcore band Old Wounds, and the band’s first since 2015’s The Suffering Spirit. We won’t bother with some lengthy intro about how the band has matured or evolved – one listen to Glow reflects their songwriting skills in spades. Channeling some of the most iconic post-hardcore bands in the scene, Old Wounds have a real winner here, easily their best work overall.