Northlane Frontman Marcus Bridge’s New PVRIS Cover Will Give You Deadset Goosebumps

Dear Marcus Bridge, we may need you to stop releasing all of these bitchin’ covers, because our nipples can only get so erect.

The Northlane frontman has returned following a firing rendition of Hellions’ Nightliner Rhapsody’ with his latest DIY Like A Version, this time wrapping his dynamite pipes around US dance-rock act PVRIS‘s 2014 tune ‘Holy’.

Just a quickie for those of you not familiar with PVRIS (because for whatever st00pid reason Aussie radio can’t be arsed to play them): they’re fkn awesome. Paramore’s Hayley Williams loves them, so do we, and so should you.

And so, it seems, does Northlane’s Marcus Bridge, whose haunting rendition of the trio’s shimmering White Noise track is guaranteed to give you legit chills. For real, the way his vox slowly burn from glistening cleans to goosebump-inducing screams is pure magic.

Unlike some casual artwork he shared for the track, which is truly terrifying:

Get it into your ears below.

Also, ICYMI: PVRIS will be touring Aussie shores for the second time ever this year supporting The Amity Affliction, while it seems Northlane could have a new release in the works, after they premiered a brand new song at UNIFY Gathering last month.

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