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Palaye Royale to support Enter Shikari for Birmingham show

By Leigh Sanders | Music | Published:

They're back in the UK, and Palaye Royale have been named as the tour support this winter for Enter Shikari - including a Birmingham date.

Palaye Royale are back in the UK

The Canadian rockers released the second half of their concept album Boom Boom Room last year, and fans can hear tracks from both parts when they open up for Hertfordshire band Enter Shikari at the O2 Academy on February 2.

And as anticipation for the tour increases, they have released a live show video for their new single You'll Be Fine to showcase their stage energy.

WATCH the video for You'll be Fine below:

PALAYE ROYALE - You'll Be Fine (Official Live Concert Music Video)

A spokesperson for the band said: "Have you ever wondered what you'd get if you took the music of The Libertines and early day Artic Monkeys, blended it with the music of My Chemical Romance, added the swagger of the British invasion, the flamboyance of glam rock and the reckless abandon of punk? Probably not, but if you were to embark upon such an experiment, the result you'd get would be Palaye Royale."

READ MORE: Birmingham gig for Black Peaks after being named as support for Enter Shikari

Uniquely encompassing the worlds of music, art, fashion and philosophy - they frequent Los Angeles Fashion Week as well as taking part in musical tours like the Vans Warped Tour - Palaye Royale have many strings to their bow. Singer Remington Leith, guitarist Sebastian Danzig and drummer Emerson Barrett make up their sound.

Enter Shikari have already named Brighton band Black Peaks as the second support act for their tour.

For tickets to the Enter Shikari gig, priced at £28.65, click here.

Leigh Sanders

By Leigh Sanders
@LSanders_Star

Senior sub editor for the MNA portfolio and entertainments writer leaning towards features and reviews. Get releases to me at leigh.sanders@expressandstar.co.uk

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