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PVRIS are dropping a new track tomorrow

'Death of Me' will arrive on Friday (12th July).
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Published: 9:13 am, July 11, 2019 Photos: Sarah Louise Bennett.
PVRIS are dropping a new track tomorrow

Rock-slash-pop-slash-why-you-putting-a-label-on-it-Grandad titans PVRIS are 'back', starting tomorrow.

After a few online teases, the band have confirmed they're dropping a brand new single and video for fresh cut 'Death of Me' on Friday 12th July.

The news comes alongside a short video snippet for the track. It sounds like it may very well 'go off', which is nice.

It all comes ahead of the band's appearance at Reading & Leeds next month. Check out the teaser below, and get ready for more 'soon'.

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New song, new video. Friday.

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