PVRIS want to collaborate with Bring Me The Horizon
PVRIS would love to collaborate with Bring Me The Horizon, especially keyboard player Jordan Fish.
PVRIS want to work with Bring Me The Horizon.
The 'My House' hitmakers are supporting the 'Happy Song' rockers at the Royal Albert Hall for Teenage Cancer Trust on April 22 and would love to work with the band's keyboardist Jordan Fish - who joined the group - also featuring Oli Sykes, Matt Nicholls, Matt Kean and Lee Malia - in 2013 and added "a really cool element" to their sound, according to singer Lynn Gunn.
The 22-year-old frontwoman exclusively told BANG Showbiz: "I feel like it could be a really cool collaboration with Bring Me The Horizon. With Jordan at least. He brought a really cool element into that band.
He showed us some of his older bands it was really cool."
The Boston-based electronic pop group - also including Alex Babinski and Brian MacDonald - were personally invited by the 'Follow You' hitmakers to perform at the Teenage Cancer Trust gig and feel honoured they chose them.
On being asked by BMTH, Lynn said: "They asked us to do it. We were like yes. It's a huge honour that they asked us."
And on what we can expect from PVRIS' set, she added: "I don't think we are able to play with orchestra Bring Me The Horizon are performing with. We are going to play a normal set. I wish we could play with them."