PVRIS Channel 'Poltergeist' & 'Insidious' In Their 'White Noise' Music Video

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One of the biggest breakout acts of 2014 is treating fans to a new music video for their song "White Noise" via NYLON Magazine and it looks like PVRIS is channeling the supernatural for their visual.

PVRIS's "White Noise" was one of the standout albums for 2014.

The band mixes an edgy sound and powerful vocals from lead singer Lyndsey Gunnulfsen to create and awesome listening experience. The entire album contained powerful songs about life, heartache and everything in between.

For the music video, images from "Poltergeist" and "Insidious" are captured.

The famous white noise that was featured in "Poltergeist" is being revisited for the "White Noise" music video in prime fashion.

Meanwhile Alex Babinski and Brian McDonald take on roles that resembles the characters Specks and Tucker from the horror film, "Insidious." The video is all in all pretty spooky but plenty awesome.

"PVRIS already has the Chloe Grace Mortez and Hayley Williams stamp of approval, so they're already off to a killer start," reports Nylon Magazine. If you're a fan of PVRIS you can check out the video by clicking here.