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Tonight Alive Drop New Song Featuring PVRIS’ Lynn Gunn

Disappear was written with the intention of sounding neither like PVRIS or Tonight Alive…”

After teasing everyone via Twitter yesterday, Tonight Alive have now revealed a vibrant video for new track Disappear. And if you hadn’t already noticed, it features vocal work courtesy of friend of the band, Lynn Gunn from PVRIS. That’s a pretty cool collaboration, dontcha think? 

It was premiered on Annie Mac’s show on BBC Radio 1 and was given the Hottest Record In The World.The track is lifted from their upcoming new album, Underworld, which will be with us on January 12 through Hopeless Records. 

Disappear is a song about the escapist inside all of us,” says vocalist Jenna McDougall. “As you can expect from TONIGHT ALIVE, the lyrics discuss freedom, but this time with a flavour of anonymity and detachment. Disappear was written with the intention of sounding neither like PVRIS or Tonight Alive, and aimed to capture the sonic imagery of a long straight highway out of your comfort zone.” 

Check out the video below:

Well, that was lovely. 

Tonight Alive return to the UK next year with support from The Gospel Youth. Check out the dates below:


06 - Manchester O2 Ritz
08 - London KOKO Camden
10 - Glasgow QMU
11 - Nottingham Rock City
12 - Leeds Stylus
13 - Bristol Motion

Check out our thoughts on their new album, Underworld, in the current issue of Kerrang! which is out now and available to order online from Newsstand

Posted on January 4th 2018, 9:01pm
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