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Palaye Royale to join YUNGBLUD’s Life on Mars North American Tour 2022

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Las Vegas Rock band Palaye Royale has confirmed to support YUNGBLUD Life On Mars North American Tour 2022. The newly announced concert will kick off on January 25th at St. Petersburgh, Florida, and continue at other major cities, Atlanta, Nashville, Boston, New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and many more. The band consists of brothers Remington Leith (vocals), Sebastian Danzig (guitar), and Emerson Barrett (drums). Tickets for the Life On Mars tour are on sale now, click here. 

Palaye Royale diligently worked their way up in L.A. while living in their vehicle. The Trio’s continuous musical commitment and eye-catching glam punk-rock aesthetics lead them to the L.A. rock scene, later playing arenas with Marilyn Manson, Rob Zombie, and Stone Sour. This Year Palaye Royale released three gusty tracks and music videos, unveiled “Paranoid”  this monthand one of BBC Radio 1’s Hottest Records of the Week. Over the Summer they dropped,  “No Love In LA,” and “Punching Bag,”  made in collaboration with GRAMMY-nominated producer Chris Greatti. The classically-trained brothers returned with “No Love In LA” Unplugged, a beautifully composed piano version. “No Love In LA” is currently at #34 for Alternative Radio and iHeart Radio Alternative Rock charts.  

The Las Vegas based band headlined a crammed sold-out show at The Wiltern Theatre on October 1, 2021, followed by a roaring show as part of LA Fashion Week (LAFW) at the bi-annual Cars & Fashion Gala on October 7, 2021. Critics have taken notice of the band, including the magazine SPIN proclaimed, “among all of the rock bands to capture the ears and hearts of the more junior generations, few have done it better than the three brothers in Palaye Royale.” The band signed a record deal in 2015 with Sumerian Records, releasing full-length debut Boom Boom Room (Side Ain 2016, followed by The Bastards in 2020.  They have since then accumulated over 345 million streams, 30 million+ YouTube views, and 1.7 million monthly Spotify listeners. Palaye Royale will be releasing more singles and videos for their upcoming 2022 album. 

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