PVRIS, who have opened for the likes of Bring Me The Horizon and Fall Out Boy, officially made their network television debut on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Tuesday night (Jan. 5) by performing their tracks "My House" and "White Noise" for the ecstatic studio audience.
The up-and-coming band's glorious synth-pop was ushered-in by a warm introduction from the host, who boasted their latest album, getting the audience riled up. While Kimmel's audience is usually quite loud, we haven't seen anything like this in some time.
Both songs appear on the band's 2014 debut album White Noise, which is out now via Rise/Velocity Records. Their massive stage presence and keen electronic sense prove to be a crowd-pleaser once again, cheering wildly as the energetic opener "My House" hits its last note.
PVRIS then launch into the album's title track, a slower yet equally-seductive number that seems to leave the audience breathless. The track's drumming is perfectly executed by percussionist Brian MacDonald.
The post-hardcore synth-pop trio have been through their share of clerical ups-and-downs, originally going by the name of Paris before being forced to change their name for unspecified legal reasons.
PVRIS will tour Japan at the end of January into early February in support of the album, before heading to the U.S. for an extensive North American tour towads the end of Febraury, some dates of which the band will serve as support for Fall Out Boy and Demi Lovato, along with AWOLNATION.