PVT will be playing a one-and-only show at the Phoenix Public House on May 24. This will be their only Melbourne gig, to go along with their appearance on the Vivid LIVE lineup in Sydney. For this show they promise to showcase a great deal of their new material live for the very first time.
Photo by Mclean Stephenson Releasing their sophomore album Church With No Magic last year, Syndey’s own PVT are without a doubt one of the most dynamic and interesting bands on the scene today. Having returned to Australia only a few months ago for a run of festival dates including Peats Ridge and the upcoming Laneway
Sydney trio, PVT (formerly known as Pivot), will return 16th July with their highly anticipated new album, Church With No Magic. To celebrate, the band will also be touring Australia in August. From the press release: The release of Church With No Magic also coincides with a change to the band’s name, from Pivot to
Have you ever tried to remember what it was like having sex with your high-school girlfriend (or partner, don’t mean to be sexist)? You can remember flashes of flesh and certain more adventurous acts, but all those little details that really made it have drifted away and all you’re left with is a sense of
Civil Society is proud to announce two selected performances from Pivot in Sydney and Melbourne, their first headline shows in each city for 18 months.
Tickets to the Days Like This! 2010 happening in Moore Park, Sydney on Sunday 10 January, are on sale now!
It’s hard to think that it was only a little under a year ago the Days Like This made it’s debut as part of the summer festival season
It goes without saying that we here at Music Feeds have quite the hard on for Pivot.
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“We’ve all come back at different times,” Pivot’s guitarist Richard Pike tells me. “We’ve had a week or so off, so we’ve all sort of gone separate ways after living together for so long while touring.”
FBi Radio and Time Out are excited to announce the nominees for the inaugural Sydney Music, Arts & Culture Awards to be held at The Marquee at the Sydney Opera House on Sunday December 7th.
Pivot can be likened to those Magic Eye posters.