Lynn Gunn: Jimmy Kimmel rocked out to PVRIS
- Bang Showbiz
- 16 February 2016
PVRIS singer Lynn Gunn has revealed she spotted Jimmy Kimmel rocking out to the band's music when they performed on his chat show
Jimmy Kimmel "apparently" rocked out through PVRIS' entire performance on his chat show.
The alternative American rock trio made their TV debut on the 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' last month and according to singer Lynn Gunn Jimmy stayed for their music and was spotted "bobbing' along to their track 'My House'.
Speaking exclusively to BANG Showbiz, Lynn said: "Apparently according to the guy who booked us for it, we were talking with him after we performed, and apparently this is a rare thing for Jimmy Kimmel to do. But, he was standing behind the bar where he does the announcements and he was there standing at the back the whole time we performed and was bobbing his head and apparently for most bands he will leave halfway through the song. He stayed for the whole thing and said hey afterwards."
Lynn, 21, was anxious about "sounding bad" on the night but prepared herself by stepping back and realising how "crazy" it is for them to play the TV show so early in their career, with just their debut LP 'White Noise' to their name.
The brunette singer - who is joined in PVRIS by Alex Babinsk and Brian MacDonald - added: "I was really nervous because things don't always sound great on live television. I was so afraid of it sounding bad and I had to take a moment to step back and realise it was a crazy opportunity and achievement and the fact we were even able to do that was pretty surreal. I had to step back and enjoy it and have fun up there. I'd like to think I kept my cool for the most part."
PVRIS are coming to the UK for a series of concerts in April.
PVRIS UK headline tour dates:
April 1, Brighton, Concorde SOLD OUT
April 2, Norwich, UEA SOLD OUT
April 3, Newcastle, Riverside SOLD OUT
April 4, Glasgow, ABC SOLD OUT
April 6, Manchester, Academy SOLD OUT
April 7, London, O2 Forum Kentish Town SOLD OUT
April 8, Cardiff, Great Hall SOLD OUT
April 9, Birmingham, O2 Institute SOLD OUT