PVA enter a dangerous tryst on “Bunker”

London electro-rockers PVA are one of the sexiest bands prowling the clubs this very moment, harnessing a sound that puts a fresh contemporary spin to new wave and industrial outfits of the 80s. After Black Country, New Road, they are the latest band signed by the normally electronic-centric label Ninja Tune, which is saying, well, something. Random thought that came to me while hearing new cut “Bunker”: PVA would do a kickass cyberpunk cover of The Sopranos theme.

“Bunker” is the latest glimpse on upcoming debut LP BLUSH, out October 14th: it’s a cavernous, mid-tempo stomper peppered with visceral spoken vocals and a cool, trance-y breakdown adding a bit of color. “We started playing ‘Bunker’ almost as soon as the band started,” PVA comment on the track. “Originally just a looped groove, it has evolved into the live track it is today through various compositions and outings live. The song tries to act as a reminder to overcome the want to chase things that ultimately lead to isolation.”

Check out “Bunker” below.

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