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PVRIS to Make Late Night Debut on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' This Week

by Michael Haskoor   Jan 4, 2016 09:32 AM EST

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PVRIS, who have opened for the likes of Bring Me The Horizon and Fall Out Boy, will further cement their place in the scene this week with an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! this Tuesday (Jan. 5), according to a recent Twitter post by the up-and-coming band.

According to Alternative Press, the band's first televised performance was at the 2015 APMAS, where they claimed an award for Breakthrough Artist. Tuesday's performance on Kimmel is sure to be a major milestone for one of this year's most exciting bands to watch.

Lead singer Lyndsey "Lynn Gunn" Gunnulfsen recently shared the lyrical meaning behind one of the band's iconic tracks "Holy," which appears on the band's celebrated 2014 debut album, White Noise, which is out now via Rise/Velocity Records. “It’s about religious hypocrisy, yes." she stated. "It’s mostly about practicing what you preach and holding true to your way."

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