Hang On To Yourself completes a trilogy of new track and accompanying visuals that have heralded the transition into the next era of Palaye Royale.
Notorious indy-art rockers, Palaye Royale have released the highly-anticipated video for brand new track Hang On To Yourself.
The three videos follow a story from the band’s upcoming Neutopian Graphic Novel written and illustrated by the band’s drummer, Emerson Barrett. They contain several hidden symbols and references to clues that the band have been including in videos and artwork since Palaye Royale began.
The band’s rabidly obsessive fandom – The Soldiers Of The Royal Council mobilized en masse last week when the new video dropped providing their own theories on what it all means and who/what the mysterious Lieseil Inc is.
Speaking on the dawning of the new era, the band say: “Ever since our first EP, The End’s Beginning we have been hinting and hiding words and symbols in everything we have created. Boom Boom Room Side A and Side B was a continuation of this existential treasure hunt. Now as we enter the new era, it all begins to unfold.”
Palaye Royale have had a busy 2019. So far the have toured as main support to Halestorm followed by their own headline Funeral Tour including sold out shows at Irving Plaza in New York and The Fonda in Los Angeles. They have also played several global festivals this summer including Sonic Temple Festival, Download Festival, Isle Of Wight, PinkPop, Nova Rock and Reading and Leeds. They were main support on the Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson ‘Twins of Evil’ US tour and recently returned to the US having playing their first, sold-out headline show in Japan followed by sold-out headline shows in Australia. They have also been hard at work behind the scenes putting the finishing touches to album #3. More news on the 2020 release coming next month.
Palaye Royale will return to the UK in February 2020 for a full headline tour:
18 February – Glasgow Garage
19 February – Manchester O2 Ritz
21 February – London O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire
23 February – Birmingham O2 Institute2
24 February – Bristol SXW