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Machine Gun Kelly Samples PVRIS For His Latest Lockdown Session

Machine Gun Kelly dropped the My House mashup as part of his Lockdown Sessions

PVRIS are the latest band to become part of rapper Machine Gun Kelly’s Lockdown Sessions series, when he used Lynn Gunn’s vocals from My House as the base of a new track, In These Walls. 

In the series, the rapper and actor who did a bang-up job playing Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee in The Dirt, has also recorded tracks built on samples of other artists, as well as covering Oasis’ Champagne Supernova with Yungblud, and Paramore’s Misery Business with blink-182 drummer Travis Barker. 

Check out the latest tune below.

As far as new PVRIS music goes, the band’s eagerly-anticipated third album Use Me has been pushed back to July 10 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Due to circumstances beyond our control, the release date for our new album Use Me has been pushed back to July 10,” they announced in a statement. We’re working on a few things to make it up to you and hold you over. Thanks for your continued support. We hope you’re all staying safe during this time.”

While you wait, have the video for the recently-released Dead Weight as an aperitif, and read all about Lynn’s journey in creating the album.

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Posted on April 15th 2020, 11:40a.m.
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