PALAYE ROYALE Release Video for Brand New Track ‘F***ing With My Head’
The release of ‘Fucking With My Head’ marks the beginning of the transition into the next era of PALAYE ROYALE. The video contains several hidden symbols taken from a chapter of the Neoutopian Graphic Novel that drummer and artist, Emerson Barrett has written and designed along with artist XOBillie to accompany this next chapter.
The band will be releasing a second video next week for another brand new track, ‘Nervous Breakdown’ that will take fans even deeper down the rabbit hole of the utopian world being created by the band to share with their ever-growing, rabid fanbase The Soldiers of The Royal Council. Speaking on the graphic novel and the dawning of the new era, Emerson Barrett said:
“Ever since our first EP, ‘The End’s Beginning’ we have been hinting and hiding words and symbols in everything we have created. Boom Boom Room Side A and Side B was a continuation of this existential treasure hunt. Now as we enter the new era, it all begins to unfold.”
PALAYE ROYALE have just returned to the US from two weeks in Europe where they hit the major festival circuit with performances at legendary festivals such as Download, Isle of Wight, Austria’s Nova Rock and Pinkpop in the Netherlands. They also played a special, intimate charity show the infamous Borderline in London in aid of Nordoff Robbins, the largest independent music therapy charity in the UK, dedicated to changing the lives of vulnerable and isolated people through the power of music. All proceeds from the show went to the charity.
As well as joining the Twins of Evil ‘Hell Never Dies’ Tour, PALAYE ROYALE will also be joining Marilyn Manson on two headline shows at Big Sky Brewing Company Missoula, MT on 30 July and The Knitting Factory Concert House, Boise, ID on 31 July.
PALAYE ROYALE will then be heading back to the UK to play at this year’s Reading & Leeds Festival, held over the August Bank Holiday weekend from 23 – 25 August.
The band’s latest album, ‘Boom Boom Room Side B’, was released in September 2018 via Sumerian records and saw an impressive first week on the Billboard charts, debuting at #17 on the Top Albums Chart, #3 Top Alternative and #6 Top Rock. The lead single from the album, ‘You’ll Be Fine’ hit #23 at rock radio and to date has had 6.5 million streams on Spotify.
The band have clocked up over 40 million total streams on Spotify, over 43 million views on YouTube and have a combined social media following of 1 million and their rapid upwards trajectory shows no signs of slowing down thanks to their infamous and rabidly devoted, Soldiers of The Royal Council.
Tue Jul 09 Baltimore, MD Royal Farms Arena
Wed Jul 10 Allentown, PA PPL Center**
Fri Jul 12 Huntington, WV Big Sandy Superstore Arena
Sat Jul 13 Cincinnati, OH Riverbend Music Center
Sun Jul 14 Evansville, IN Ford Center
Tue Jul 16 Rockford, IL BMO Harris Bank Center
Wed Jul 17 Bonner Springs, KS Providence Medical Center Amphitheater
Tue Jul 23 Sioux Falls, SD Denny Sanford Premier Center
Wed Jul 24 Bismarck, ND Bismarck Event Center
Thu Jul 25 Billings, MT Rimrock Auto Arena
Wed Jul 30 Missoula, MT Big Sky Brewing Company**
Thu Jul 31 Boise, ID The Knitting Factory Concert House**
Sun Aug 04 Vancouver, BC Rogers Arena
Tue Aug 06 Saskatoon, SK SaskTel Center
Wed Aug 07 Winnipeg, MB Bell MTS Place
Fri Aug 09 Fargo, ND Fargodome
Sat Aug 10 Cedar Rapids, IA U.S. Cellular Center
Sun Aug 11 Fort Wayne, IN Allen County Coliseum
Tue Aug 13 Grand Rapids, MI The Van Andel Arena
Wed Aug 14 London, ON Budweiser Gardens
Fri Aug 16 Ottawa, ON Richcraft Live at Canadian Tire Centre
Sat Aug 17 Quebec, QC Videotron Centre
Sun Aug 18 Gildford, NH Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion
**Marilyn Manson and Palaye Royale only. Tickets go on sale now. Ticket information available at palayeroyale.com
What The Press Are Saying
“The hottest new band on the planet. Three brothers with a penchant for doing things their own way, they’re bringing rock ‘n’ roll to a new generation.”
– Rock Sound Magazine (cover feature)
“If the Rolling Stones and My Chemical Romance had a love child it would be Palaye Royale.”
– Alternative Press (cover feature)
“Of course, none of this would matter if the music wasn’t good. It is. There’s a dash of early-Rolling Stones to what they do. A bit of The Faces. Quite a lot of T-Rex. A peppering of the New York Dolls, maybe even some Arctic Monkeys, while Remington has the sort of voice a man called Remington is supposed to have. Raspy, soulful, lived in.”
“Welcome the next wild and dangerous millennial rock band.”
– The Aquarian Weekly
“Wash away the make-up and there’s no denying that Palaye Royale are making some of the more interesting and intriguing music of 2018. And while Side B may be the band dropping the curtain on their Boom Boom Room era, it signals their arrival as a genuine force to be reckoned with.”
“..the performance of the day from Palaye Royale… teetered thrillingly on the edge of chaos. When Iggy Pop-style singer Remington Leith clambered atop the speaker stack, he caused a panic among security staff.”
– The Guardian
PALAYE ROYALE are:
Remington Leith – Vocals
Sebastian Danzig – Guitar / Organ
Emerson Barrett – Drums