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Pop Evil, Palaye Royale and Black Map rock the Gramercy Theatre in New York City

On Tuesday night, Pop Evil, Palaye Royale, and Black Map put on quite a diverse rock show at the Gramercy Theater in NYC, with a variety of music and fans of all ages. The bands are currently two-thirds of the way through their 41-date “Music Over Words Tour” across The United States.

After Black Map, but before Pop Evil, Palaye Royale, a fashion art rock band of three brothers, took the stage. Members Sebastian Danzig (guitar), Emerson Barrett (drums), and Remington Leith (vocals) are originally from Toronto, Canada, however they relocated to Las Vegas, and recently to Los Angeles, resulting in a very unique sound from the variety of influences. Their music has elements of classic rock, blues, 70’s punk, and 2000’s punk rock, complete with Remington Leith’s unique raspy voice, all of which made it easy for every member in the audience to enjoy and find something to grasp onto.

Palaye Royale

The band played several songs from their 2016 release Boom Boom Room (Side A) as well as a few songs, including my new personal favorite, Masochist, from their upcoming sophomore album Boom Boom Room (Side B) that is expected to be released later this year (release date TBA). The boys of Palaye Royale are no strangers to crowd interaction, leaving the stage multiple times to connect with their fans. Sebastian stepped onto the barrier and into the crowd multiple times throughout the night, while Remington ran to the back of the venue and danced on top of the bar after jumping off of a stage ladder about 20 feet in the air. The crowd went wild at every single one of their stunts. This high level of energy was consistent throughout their entire set, especially when they played “How Do You Do?” and Remington told everyone “don’t be afraid to shake your ass to this one.” At the conclusion of their set, he graciously said, “New York, it’s been a mother fucking pleasure. Thank you for having us” and bowed like a true rock star before proudly walking off stage with his brothers.

This band is truly one to keep an eye on before they blow up even more. Make sure to catch the end of this tour if you can. If you missed it for some sad unfortunate reason, fear not! Palaye Royale is pretty much booked until August, going on several tours so be sure to catch them in your area. The band will be touring in Canada in April as headliners, opening for Stone Sour from April – May across America, headlining at all three days of Slam Dunk Festival in England at the end of May, and playing the entirety of Vans Warped Tour from June – August.

Pop Evil

Pop Evil

Pop Evil

Pop Evil

Pop Evil

Pop Evil

Pop Evil

Pop Evil

Pop Evil

Pop Evil

Pop Evil

Palaye Royale

Palaye Royale

Palaye Royale

Palaye Royale

Palaye Royale

Palaye Royale

Palaye Royale

Palaye Royale

Palaye Royale

Palaye Royale

Palaye Royale

Remaining tour dates:

March 24 – Sayreville, NJ
March 25 – Syracuse, NY
March 27 – Buffalo, NY
March 28 – Cleveland, OH
March 29 – Cincinnati, OH
March 30 – Louisville, KY
March 31 – Kansas City, MO
April 02 – Saint Louis, MO
April 04 – Fort Wayne, IN
April 05 – Chicago, IL
April 06 – Detroit, MI
April 07 – Columbus, OH

Tickets & other upcoming tours : http://palayeroyale.com/tour/

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Pop Evil, Palaye Royale and Black Map rock the Gramercy Theatre in New York City

On Tuesday night, Pop Evil, Palaye Royale, and Black Map put on quite a diverse rock show at the Gramercy Theater in NYC, with a variety of music and fans of all ages. The bands are currently two-thirds of the way through their 41-date “Music Over Words Tour” across The United States.

After Black Map, but before Pop Evil, Palaye Royale, a fashion art rock band of three brothers, took the stage. Members Sebastian Danzig (guitar), Emerson Barrett (drums), and Remington Leith (vocals) are originally from Toronto, Canada, however they relocated to Las Vegas, and recently to Los Angeles, resulting in a very unique sound from the variety of influences. Their music has elements of classic rock, blues, 70’s punk, and 2000’s punk rock, complete with Remington Leith’s unique raspy voice, all of which made it easy for every member in the audience to enjoy and find something to grasp onto.

Palaye Royale

The band played several songs from their 2016 release Boom Boom Room (Side A) as well as a few songs, including my new personal favorite, Masochist, from their upcoming sophomore album Boom Boom Room (Side B) that is expected to be released later this year (release date TBA). The boys of Palaye Royale are no strangers to crowd interaction, leaving the stage multiple times to connect with their fans. Sebastian stepped onto the barrier and into the crowd multiple times throughout the night, while Remington ran to the back of the venue and danced on top of the bar after jumping off of a stage ladder about 20 feet in the air. The crowd went wild at every single one of their stunts. This high level of energy was consistent throughout their entire set, especially when they played “How Do You Do?” and Remington told everyone “don’t be afraid to shake your ass to this one.” At the conclusion of their set, he graciously said, “New York, it’s been a mother fucking pleasure. Thank you for having us” and bowed like a true rock star before proudly walking off stage with his brothers.

This band is truly one to keep an eye on before they blow up even more. Make sure to catch the end of this tour if you can. If you missed it for some sad unfortunate reason, fear not! Palaye Royale is pretty much booked until August, going on several tours so be sure to catch them in your area. The band will be touring in Canada in April as headliners, opening for Stone Sour from April – May across America, headlining at all three days of Slam Dunk Festival in England at the end of May, and playing the entirety of Vans Warped Tour from June – August.

Pop Evil

Pop Evil

Pop Evil

Pop Evil

Pop Evil

Pop Evil

Pop Evil

Pop Evil

Pop Evil

Pop Evil

Pop Evil

Palaye Royale

Palaye Royale

Palaye Royale

Palaye Royale

Palaye Royale

Palaye Royale

Palaye Royale

Palaye Royale

Palaye Royale

Palaye Royale

Palaye Royale

Remaining tour dates:

March 24 – Sayreville, NJ
March 25 – Syracuse, NY
March 27 – Buffalo, NY
March 28 – Cleveland, OH
March 29 – Cincinnati, OH
March 30 – Louisville, KY
March 31 – Kansas City, MO
April 02 – Saint Louis, MO
April 04 – Fort Wayne, IN
April 05 – Chicago, IL
April 06 – Detroit, MI
April 07 – Columbus, OH

Tickets & other upcoming tours : http://palayeroyale.com/tour/

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