For Live on KEXP, Troy Nelson chats with genre-hopping London three-piece PVA on their unorthodox formation and how they brought the club to the studio for their debut release Toner.


 
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EPISODE WRITTEN AND PRODUCED BY JULIAN MARTLEW
episode description written by jasmine albertson
photo by Lewis Khan

Genre-hopping London three-piece PVA arrive at this juncture as one of the most dynamic and exciting new bands in the country, intuitively blending club music and a smart pop sensibility with the more organic elements and instrumentation of new-wave and post-punk. For Live on KEXP, Troy Nelson chats with the band on their unorthodox formation and how they brought the club to the studio for their debut release Toner, released in late 2020 via Big Dada Records, before the trio delves into a fiery three-song set recorded for KEXP.

Recorded March 2021

  1. Sleek Form

  2. Divine Intervention

  3. Exhaust/Surroundings

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