Palaye Royale Tour

Palaye Royale Announce UK Headline Tour This Autumn

Due to a conflicting scheduled event, we were unable to catch Palaye Royale’s debut UK show at the Camden Assembly in London last November. So, we have been more than a little excited about finally seeing the three brothers that together are Las Vegas’ Paylaye Royale at their first UK festival appearance at Slam Dunk Festival in Leeds, Hatfield and Birmingham.

Making their UK debut at the Camden Assembly in London in November last year, sold out the show in a matter of hours. Palaye Royales’s eager and patient fans, known worldwide as Soldiers of The Royal Council filled the legendary indie haunt. In order to make room for their growing army of fans. Remington Leith, Sebastian Danzig and Emerson Barrett return to the UK for three dates including their first Scottish show, to venues with a much larger capacity.

Set apart by their artistry and integrity, Palaye Royale are extraordinary in every sense of the word. They’re completely hands-on from their lyrics and musical arrangements, from the direction and production of their own music videos, right down to handling their own social media.

The fashion art-rock band’s look, feel and authentic style makes them stand out from the crowd, whilst they remain true and pure to their music. Palaye Royale‘s musical output is primarily based around the rock genre; but with added classical influences and a theatrically charged fashion-forward art rock, this trio live life in vivid and vibrant technicolour.

The band have been working on the follow up to 2017’s Boom Boom Room (Side A), however, are taking a break from the studio to play the three Slam Dunk dates before finishing the album and heading out on Warped Tour in the US later in the year.

Palaye Royale UK Dates

Tuesday 02 October Glasgow King Tuts
Wednesday 03 October Manchester Academy3
Friday 05 October London’s KOKO

Tickets are on sale now from the usual retailers.

Connect with Palaye Royale on their official website, Facebook and Twitter from which they tweet as @PalayeRoyale.


News Article by Katie Clare. More news reviews and interviews by Katie on Louder Than War can be found at her author’s archive. Katie can also be found on Twitter where she tweets as @tokyo_katie.

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