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PVA initially formed in the aftermath of a house party in 2018 and the three-piece have since earned a fearsome reputation as one of the capital’s premier live outfits, garnering hardcore support before even setting inside a studio.

Since their formation, PVA’s raucous live performances - whether that be as a full band or their famed early hour DJ sets - had been the band’s focal point. These last couple of years have seen the trio turn The Windmill in Brixton into a second home, whilst regular shows at The Five Bells and the Bunker in Deptford defined PVA as a big part of the local music community in their early career.

The group meld industrial miasma, new-wave, post-punk and a focused pop swagger in one pungent multi-genre cocktail, which has won them fans up and down the country, as well as recent support slots with the likes of Squid, HMLTD, Dry Cleaning and The Orielles. 

Following in the momentum of their debut single from last year, “Divine Intervention”, which saw play-listing at 6 Music alongside deserved international press support - perhaps captured most succinctly with an excitable “God, it’s good” from The Guardian – the band’s debut EP, “Toner”, also produced by the mercurial Dan Carey, was released to acclaim this month through Big Dada.


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