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Lynn Gunn Talks With NME

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  1. Melody Bot

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    Lynn Gunn of PVRIS talks with NME:

    When she announced the album back in March, Gunn revealed that, from day one, she’s consistently downplayed her true role as PVRIS’ sole creative force. She’s been responsible for everything from the band’s sound to songwriting, visuals and driving production, but has preferred to share the spotlight with her bandmates, bassist Brian Macdonald and lead guitarist and keyboardist Alex Babinski. With ‘Use Me’, though, she says she’s finally allowing herself “to take credit” for PVRIS’ ever-growing list of achievements.

    “It feels so good,” she says on the phone line from her home in LA, referring to her unmasking as a “lifting of the veil”. She adds: “This had to happen for me to continue wanting to do this. With all the work I was putting into this next record, it felt really weird and uncomfortable to be giving equal credit to everyone. Brian and Alex have always been incredibly supportive of my vision over the years, but I never felt comfortable opening up and owning that role. It made me feel apathetic towards the project.”


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  2. xenoabe


    Good for Lynn. She's super talented.
  3. BelieF


    Spin doctor
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  4. somethingwitty


    Just listened to a couple songs from the new album this morning for the first’s good! I like the new direction...but, is she implying the band has always been a front for a solo act?
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  5. Analog Drummer


    I do prefer album 1 far more than each album since and feels more solo since, if she’s happily creative good on her I guess