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Palaye Royale is a rock band originally formed in Toronto, Canada, despite relocating to Las Vegas. The brothers formed their band in 2008 under the name Kropp Circle, later changing their name to Palaye Royale in the summer of 2011. Their name was taken from the dance hall Palais Royale in Toronto, where their grandparents first met. Their single "Get Higher" peaked at #27 on the Billboard Modern Rock Charts and they were the first unsigned band to win MTV's Musical March Madness awards, beating out artists such as Linkin Park. They have finished recording their second album and hope to release it in 2018.
"This is Trent Reznor-level cool. BONES is doing the whole damn thing, middle fingers to the sky and in full control of their work. Rock on."
Female-led LA via London duo had a busy 2017, tearing up the stage on tour across the U.S. and gaining a massive following off of only two singles, “” and “”. This year is even more packed, joining the all-star lineup for The Howard Stern Tribute to David Bowie, covering “I’m Afraid of Americans” for the King of All Media’s compilation celebrating the legendary artist, showcasing at SXSW and their debut festival performance at Hangout Festival in May.
Forging their own distinctive sound with the help of vicious guitar, provocative lyrics and industrial electronic drum and bass, BONES is aiming to make a huge impact on modern music.
Rosie (singer) and Carmen (guitar), create all of their own images, videos and luck, catching the attention and toured with the likes of: Highly Suspect, Band of Skulls, KOOKS, PVRIS, Skunk Anansie and Miyavi. And it's easy to see why. They're is creating a new form of rock and roll, firmly placed in the 31st century.
Keep an eye out for an announcement of BONES' debut album soon!