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Palaye Royale Release New Single ‘Ache In My Heart’ Ahead Of Album

Palaye Royale have just released a new single titled Ache In My Heart, adding to the excitement surrounding their upcoming album Death or Glory.

Set for release on August 30th, 2024, via Sumerian Records, the album promises to deliver the band’s signature blend of glam rock and punk energy.

Ache In My Heart is one of the tracks featured on this highly anticipated album, which includes other songs like Showbiz, Just My Type, and the title track Death or Glory​.

The new song showcases the band’s emotional depth and musical versatility, continuing their tradition of addressing real-world issues through powerful lyrics.

You can listen to the new song below and let us know what you think!

what's happening with Palaye Royale
Palaye Royale

Palaye Royale Announce European Tour Following ‘Death Or Glory’ Album Release

Palaye Royale have just announced a series of European headline dates to coincide with the release of their highly anticipated new album, Death Or Glory.

The rock trio had previously confirmed a landmark performance at London’s OVO Arena Wembley on November 9th, marking their biggest UK show to date. Now, they are expanding their tour to include multiple European cities, creating a comprehensive tour schedule around this major event.

In an exciting addition, the band hinted that more countries will be added to the tour lineup by the end of the month, encouraging fans to stay tuned for further updates.

Joining Palaye Royale on select dates will be special guests Hot Milk, I See Stars, and Huddy.

Check out the dates and venues on the tour poster below and stay updated for more announcements.

what's happening with Palaye Royale
Palaye Royale

Palaye Royale Announce New Album ‘Death Or Glory’

Palaye Royale have unveiled details about their highly anticipated upcoming album, Death Or Glory. Set for release on August 30th via Sumerian Records, the album features the recent single Just My Type and the newly released track Showbiz.

Fans are eagerly awaiting the new collection, which promises to deliver the band’s signature blend of glam rock and theatrical flair. The tracklist offers a mix of high-energy anthems and introspective ballads, showcasing Palaye Royale‘s dynamic range and creative evolution.

Have a look at the artwork and full tracklisting below:

  • Death or Glory
  • Hot Mess
  • Just My Type
  • Ache In My Heart
  • For You
  • Dark Side of the Silver Spoon
  • Showbiz
  • Mister Devil
  • Addicted to the Wicked & Twisted
  • Self-loathing Conversations
  • Been Too Long
  • Pretty Stranger

Stay tuned for more updates and get ready to experience ‘Death Or Glory’ on August 30th!

what's happening with Palaye Royale
Palaye Royale

Palaye Royale Announce North American Death Or Glory Tour

Palaye Royale are set to grace North America with their highly anticipated Death or Glory tour. The tour will feature special guests I See Stars, Weathers, and Diamante, promising an unforgettable concert experience for fans.

The band, consisting of brothers Remington Leith, Emerson Barrett, and Sebastian Danzig, has been exceptionally productive this year. They recently released their EP Songs For Sadness and have dropped singles Just My Type, Wednesday Afternoon, and Dead To Me (Reimagined).

Get ready to join Palaye Royale on their epic journey across North America. Make sure to grab your tickets as soon as they go on sale!

Check out the dates and venues on the tour poster below and let us know if you plan on attending!

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Palaye Royale Kick Off Next Era With New Single ‘Dead To Me’ Off Of Upcoming EP ‘Sextape’

Palaye Royale, the Canadian-American rock trio, have kicked off their next era with the release of Dead To Me. The song is a preview of their upcoming EP, Sextape, which is set to drop next week’s Friday, December 8th. Fans can pre-save the EP here.

This follows the band’s recent cover of The Smashing PumpkinsBullet With Butterfly Wings for the sci-fi film Divinity soundtrack.

Palaye Royale are set to return to the UK in May for Slam Dunk Festival alongside other notable acts, such as You Me At Six, Waterparks, The All-American Rejects, I Prevail and Boys Like Girls.

Check out the new single Dead To Me below and let us know what you think of it!

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CONCERT REVIEW: Palaye Royale Rock Utrecht In Biggest Netherlands Show To Date

Palaye Royale haven’t been gone for a while and they have already returned to the Netherlands. Their last shows here were on February 1st, 2nd, and 3rd. The members of Palaye Royale explained that they love this country so much that they had to do a headlining show in the Netherlands during their festival tour. This would also be their last headlining show of the year if we have to believe what they said. So they wanted to give their all to this show. They didn’t have to do this show alone because Palaye Royale took Kelsy Karter & The Heroines with them.

There aren’t a lot of openers that start as suddenly as Kelsy Karter & The Heroines did. The lights didn’t turn off until almost everyone was on stage and playing the first song already. Kelsy Karter got on stage last and the lights in the crowd finally faded after she got on stage. Kelsy wore this black dress at the start of the show and they played the first few songs relatively quickly back to back.

The show got a bit more emotional and powerful after that. Kelsy explained that she had a bad mental health day and she got emotional, this created a really powerful moment after which they played God Knows I’ve Tried which is a really slow and emotional song. The performance and vibe kept on getting better. There was a small wardrobe change for Kelsy during the show so she could move around more. Not too many people seemed to know the band prior to the performance but I feel like everyone really enjoyed the show. They played 2 covers Call Me by Blondie and Alone by I-Ten. Check out the pictures we took of Kelsy Karter & The Heroines below!

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Next up, it was Palaye Royale’s turn. There was a whole monologue about the world that Palaye Royale had created over the speakers before the show started. The first song they played was Nightmares, just like at the previous shows in February, that song will always be a great start to their shows. The entire crowd went wild from the beginning. The crowd stayed fairly tame until the track Fucking With My Head where the mosh pits really started to pick up the pace.

This show had all the classic Palaye Royale performance elements: Remington in the boat on top of the crowd with the water gun, all the band members climbing on top of everything they could climb on, the beautifully vulnerable performance of Oblivion, Emerson who got in the wall of death. This time it wasn’t just Emerson who got in but also the guitarist and bassist joined him. One of the most beautiful moments of the entire show was when they played Oblivion. The song is an emotional song for the band members themselves, but the venue was so quiet that you could hear the sniffing of everyone crying in the room too. It created this moment that is really difficult to recreate.

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again. If you get the chance to go to a Palaye Royale show then go. If you have the energy, then try to get into the middle of the crowd. You can choose not to go into mosh pits but the experience of their concerts and the crowd interaction hits so much harder in the middle of the crowd. Check out the pictures we took below!

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