Royls - I Think Too Much - EP Review
Royls - I Think Too Much - EP Review 8
Royls - I Think Too Much - EP Review 8
Royls - I Think Too Much - EP Review 8
Royls - I Think Too Much - EP Review 8
Royls - I Think Too Much - EP Review 8
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RØYLS debut EP I Think Too Much drops this Friday and will be a highly anticipated release for any excitable pre-pubescent teen looking for a Pop-Rock boy-band fix. Having covered Bloodstock last weekend with bands such as the crushing Krysthla and Rotting Christ, RØYLS is definitely on the opposite end of the spectrum here.

That’s ok as beauty is in the eye of the beholder and this will certainly appeal far and wide fo shizzle. The Pop-Rock end of the musical spectrum is big business and like many gateway drugs like bubblegum and dare I say it, Starbucks Mocha Frappuccino’s (the struggle is real people), RØYLS will have many a rampant teenage girl and no doubt boy dishing out a serious man crush. Such experimentation could lead to harder addictions such as Sleeping With Sirens and dare I say it, possibly a Don Broco.

Musically it’s beautifully produced, flawless production, crisp clean melodies held together with solid vocals and huge hooks that will are radio friendly and will have the young ladies swooning in their masses. An international affair, the guys have all had previous experience in various bands that have helped shape this very polished and effective sound. Clearly very talented they have produced a debut EP that will surely resonate and make its mark, I don’t however seem them on the line-up for Bloodstock 2020.

Jesting aside, If you like your music very easy on the ear, fluid melodic song writing that could be a soundtrack to your summer, RØYLS is for you.

I Think Too Much is out Friday August 16th via Big Noise


Choose To Believe
Life Like This
Wicked Thoughts
We Rule The Night
I Can’t Let This Feeling Go

Røyls will be over in the UK later this month for shows with Stand Atlantic, a headliners in London and making their festival debut at this years Reading & Leeds festival.

RØYLS tour dates:

21st August o2 Academy Islington London (HEADLINE)

23rd August Reading Festival

24th August Leeds Festival

26th August The Haunt Brighton  (Supporting Stand Atlantic)

27th August Mama Roux’s Birmingham (Supporting Stand Atlantic)

28th August The Deaf Institute Manchester (Supporting Stand Atlantic)

29th August Zanzibar Liverpool (Supporting Stand Atlantic)

30th August Sin City Swansea (Supporting Stand Atlantic)


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