Palaye Royale Return With New Song You’ll Be Fine

Palaye Royale return with a brand new song from their eagerly awaited follow up to last year’s Boom Boom Room (Side A).

Palaye Royale
Photo credit: Luis Rodriguez

Glam rockers Palaye Royale have released a new video for the song You’ll Be Fine from the upcoming Boom Boom Room (Side B) which you can watch below.

“‘You’ll Be Fine’ is a step into the new world of Palaye Royale.” Claims frontman Remington Leith. “Steaming from the live show atmosphere, we took the moments of aggression, violence and excitement by putting in all in one song. ‘You’ll Be Fine’ was written in the perspective of a schizophrenic patient (same patient as Mr. Dr Man talked about). In today’s society everyone around you will always say ‘it will be fine’. In this video we address the topics that people tend to not frequently talk about. Mental health and freedom within existence.”

The three brothers took advantage of a day off from their Warped Tour stint to drive a 1987 Rolls Royce Corniche II along the Agua Dulce in California, suffering through the 110 degree heat of the canyon roads to capture the perfect shots.

Palaye Royale apparently dug and built the pool in the video themselves used for the water shots in the video.  The performance element was shot at the Black Rabbit Rose, Hollywood, CA and we’re assured that no mannequins were harmed during the shooting.

The band returns to the UK in October for their first headline tour, the first show of which is sold out with the other two already very close.

PALAYE ROYALE LIVE IN UK

TUE 02 OCT Glasgow @ King Tuts (SOLD OUT)
WED 03 OCT Manchester @ Academy 2
FRI 05 OCT London @ KOKO

You can buy tickets either through Live Nation or My Ticket.

The band run their own social media and you can find more info on them from any of these links:

http://www.palayeroyale.com
www.facebook.com/PalayeRoyale
www.twitter.com/palayeroyale
www.instagram.com/palayeroyale

 

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Metal Report Editor. Ex guitarist in Zenopede, ex vocals for a goth covers band that was hailed as the future of Welsh music, former DJ, promoter and nightclub director. Writer for Gear4Geeks' Blog4Geeks and owner of Gear4Geeks ltd. First published music critique was Kerrang letter of the Week. Definitely has never been the future, present or past of Welsh music.

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