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Maggie Lindemann joins PVRIS for 2023 UK Tour Dates

PVRISThey have announced the opening acts of their forthcoming UK and European tour. Maggie Lindemann As the lead support for the first stint.

The Texan pop punk artist will perform for PVRIS during the first four dates. PVRIS will be opening at Manchester Academy on Sunday 22 January. PVRIS will then move through Glasgow, Birmingham, London and the next week.

Charlotte Sands, a Nashville alt pop artist who rose in popularity on TikTok, will also be joining the tour. In addition to performing at all four of the aforementioned UK shows, she’ll follow PVRIS to Europe for another nine. This stint will begin in Antwerp, Sunday January 29, with shows at Tilberg, Paris and Cologne leading into the first week in February.

PVRIS and Sands then will perform in Hamburg, Vienna Munich, Milan and Milan before wrapping up in Berlin Friday February 10. Tickets are available for the London, Birmingham and Glasgow shows hereWith the rest of the information available from PVRIS’ website.

The tour was originally scheduled to end in April. However the band delayed it to make room for their fourth album. The band announced their “new era” last July, and have so far shared the electric solo ‘My Way’, the Miyavi assisted ‘Snakes’, and the double-A-side of ‘Animal’ and ‘Anywhere But Here’.

The band also teamed with Bad Suns in August for a single called ‘Maybe You Saved Me’.

PVRIS’ fourth album will follow up on ‘Use Me’, which arrived in August of 2020. In a four-star review of that albumNME‘s Dannii Leivers described it as one where frontwoman Lynn Gunn delivers “the sound of an artist flexing her muscles, making sense of and peace with her past and, most importantly, embracing a new future”.

PVRIS’ 2023 UK and Europe tour dates are:

Sunday 22 – Manchester, Manchester Academy*
Monday 23 – Glasgow, O2 Academy*
Wednesday 25 – Birmingham, O2 Institute*
Thursday 26 – London, O2 Academy Brixton*
Sunday 29 – Antwerp, Kavka Zappa**
Tuesday 31 – Tilburg, 013**

Wednesday 1 – Paris, Alhambra**
Thursday 2 – Cologne, Gloria Theater**
Saturday 4 – Hamburg, Grunspan**
Monday 6 – Vienna, Flex**
Tuesday 7 – Munich, Technikum**
Thursday 9 – Milan, Magazzini Generali**
Friday 10 – Berlin, Gretchen**

* with Maggie Lindemann and Charlotte Sands
** with Charlotte Sands

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