You can see the announcement tweet and black-and-white teaser video below:
get ready for the final show. 'use me: the live experience' will be streamed live on saturday april 17th at 5pm pst/8pm est via @pillar_music. shop the new collection, tickets, and VIP now. who are we seeing there? pic.twitter.com/LwfbTUuQMp
— PVRIS (@ThisIsPVRIS) April 6, 2021
In a four-star review of the group’s latest album, NME wrote: “‘Use Me’ is the sound of an artist flexing her muscles, making sense of and peace with her past and, most importantly, embracing a new future.”
Gunn explained during an interview with NME that she allowed herself “to take credit” for the band’s success with the LP. “With all the work I was putting into this next record, it felt really weird and uncomfortable to be giving equal credit to everyone,” she explained.
Shortly before ‘Use Me’ was released, it was announced that former PVRIS member Alex Babinski had parted ways with the group amid allegations of sexual harassment. The band said in a statement that he would be “handling these matters privately and professionally”.