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THE PRVLG ELECTRONIC PRESS KIT

OUR STORY:

Growing up in a musical family and listening to their father - a guitarist - play classics by the likes of Jimi Hendrix, The Isley Brothers, and Earth Wind & Fire, it was only natural for them to begin writing together at the age of 16 and continue to develop their writing talent from then. The duo, consisting of twin brothers Christian and Christopher Underwood, began playing music together at a young age and have hence developed a musical connection that can be heard not only through this single release but also in their live performances. Since officially forming in early 2017, the duo named themselves The PRVLG, chosen due to the privilege they feel having the opportunity to grow up playing music together and to connect with others through the universal language.As non-traditional front men of The PRVLG playing bass and drums respectively, the pair have the ability to lock in a powerful rhythm and bass foundation to their music, complimenting one another's strengths.

OUR SOUND:

Their debut release "What You're Missing" (September 2017) presents mature and polished raw talent that has been continuously developed and improved throughout their musical career together. Inspired by the likes of Bruno Mars, Justin Timberlake and Al Green, the track is a feel-good single with a catchy groove that is impossible to sit still to. Lyrically, the duo took their inspiration during a night out after seeing a group of beautiful women, but surprisingly the chorus was written at a vacation bible school allowing the song to take on multiple meanings and become interpreted in various ways by the listener.

THE MUSIC:

What You're Missing & Lead Role (releasing July 27th 2018)

VIDEOS:

PRESS:

Interview with Choose 901

Memphis Music Hall of Fame Interview

Somewhere Soul Interview

Niji Magazine Interview

Memphis Musicology Podcast Interview

CONTACT:

Larry Woodard

Credits:

Moriah Loya, Ally Perkins

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