Palaye Royale

Palaye Royale: You’ll Be Fine
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Palaye Royale return with a brand new song from their eagerly awaited follow up to last year’s debut album Boom Boom Room (Side A).

You’ll Be Fine serves as a taster for the highly anticipated Boom Boom Room (Side B), details of which we expect to be revealed in the coming weeks. “You’ll Be Fine is a step into the new world of Palaye Royale” states 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 Palaye Royale 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 for the new video which you can watch below:

The performance element was shot at the Black Rabbit Rose, Hollywood, CA with special thanks to the Houston Hospitality Group. The band assure all that no mannequins were harmed during the shooting. Performance was not the only work that Payaye Royale undertook themselves, the hardworking band spending hours digging and building the pool themselves to use for the water shots.

Payaye Royale will return to the UK in October for their first headline tour. After the Manchester date sold out, the venue size was upgradde and since then Glasgow has also sold out. Where tickets are available, please check usual retailers and for second market tickets please consider Twickets fan-to-fan sales at face-value or less.


02 October Glasgow King Tuts Wah Wah Club (SOLD OUT)
03 October Manchester Academy 2 (Ungraded venue)
05 October London KOKO ­


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

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