Release Cinematic, Vampire Thriller Music Video For
“TONIGHT IS THE NIGHT I DIE”
Starring Palaye Royale, Nadya Tolokonnikova of Pussy Riot, Amanda Steele and De’Wayne
Band Release Long Awaited, 260 Page Graphic Novel
“THE BASTARDS: VOLUME ONE”
Created And Hand Drawn Entirely By Drummer Emerson Barrett And XoBillie
"Among all of the rock bands to capture the ears and hearts of the younger generations, few have done it better than the three brothers in Palaye Royale." - SPIN
Notorious Alt Rock triumvirate of brothers, Palaye Royale, have dropped their most grandiose and cinematic music video to date for the sweepingly dramatic, Bond theme-esque track“Tonight Is The Night I Die”. Starring in the deliciously dark, gothic vampire thriller alongside the band are Nadya Tolokonnikova of Pussy Riot, actress Amanda Steele and recording artist De’Wayne. Watch the epic, blood sucking tale unfold here or by clicking the image below.
Obviously COVID-19 was a big concern when on set for the video shoot so, not only was every member of cast and crew tested prior to being allowed on set, in an industry first, Palaye Royale also partnered with Light Strike by Xenex who sent their amazing sanitization robots to the set to sanitize everything every 30 minutes and keep everyone safe using their patented Pulsed Xenon UV light system that produces UV across the entire germicidal spectrum. “Tonight Is The Night I Die” is taken from The Bastards, the highly acclaimed third studio album from the Palaye Royale brothers. The song was recently used as the soundtrack for the teaser trailer for hotly anticipated TV series Paradise City which also stars Amanada Steele and for which Palaye Royale frontman, Remington Leith, recored all the vocals for the lead character, Johnny Faust, played by Andy Biersack. The track follows a string of hugely popular singles - the infectious “Hang On To Yourself”, fuzzy, distorted brit-pop infused “Nervous Breakdown”, anti-gun violence anthem “Massacre, The New American Dream”, the heartbreakingly relatable “Lonely” and the bombastic, industrial tinged banger “Anxiety”.
The musical dexterity showcased on The Bastards demonstrates just how far the band have grown as songwriters, rounding out their already accomplished arson with flourishes of electronics, metal beat-downs, drum n bass beats and haunting string arrangements. There are singles on the album, luminous highlights, but it’s also a piece of work that works beautifully when listened to as a whole. Lyrically, the album addresses a number of important issues, prevalent to today's youth - struggles with mental health, the gun violence epidemic, substance use as a means to escape a difficult reality and parental abandonment all play a part in the album's rich lyrical tapestry. Speaking on the band's refreshingly honest and open approach to writing on the new album, Remington adds “We need a little honesty and a little truth. The world is getting so tainted by everyone trying to be so fucking perfect and so goddamn PG and trying to walk this line of not trying to offend anyone. People need to be themselves, just for 20 minutes at least.” In short,The Bastards is an album that demands your attention.The world needs Palaye Royale right now and they have delivered in spades.