Palaye Royale is an unsigned fashion-art rock band based from Las Vegas, Nevada with their Canadian roots from Toronto, Canada. The band formed in 2008 under another name then in late 2011 Palaye Royale was formed; consisting of frontman Remington Leith, guitarist & organist Sebastian Danzig, and drummer Emerson Barrett. Reviewed as being “One of the best indie rock bands you have to hear!”
Last year Palaye Royale named champions of MTV’s “Musical March Madness” 2014; they are the first unsigned act that was fan-‐voted to ever compete and win. Palaye Royale is featured alongside their single, “Get Higher” in the 2014 worldwide commercial for Samsung Galaxy Note.
The band fans around the world are known as ‘The Soldiers of the Royal Council’.
Palaye Royale is featured in the Samsung Galaxy Note commercial overseas where it can be seen on the digital teletrons at Piccadilly Circus in London, Madrid, Singapore. The Samsung Galaxy Note commercial spot was just recently launched at the 2014 International CES show in Las Vegas on the digital screens on January 07, 2014, the 2014 commercial has been launched online and be seen overseas on television broadcasts. Watch now: https://vimeo.com/83556152
Toronto, Canada born Palaye Royale are set apart by their artistry & integrity. They are “indie” in every sense of the word; completely “hands-on” from their words & musical arrangements as well as directing & producing their own music videos, to handling their own social media. The band’s look, feel and authentic style makes them stand out while they remain true and pure to their music. Palaye Royale’s musical output is primarily based around the rock genre, with some classical influences.
Palaye Royale’s debut single ‘Morning Light’ produced by The Matrix at Henson Studios, was independently released with a music video on March 07, 2012 which received over 20,000,000+ views on YouTube that trended for over three weeks which was also featured in an exclusive interview band segment on German television network RTL.
Palaye Royale independently released their second single, produced by David Bendeth at the House of Loud Studios, with the music video of ‘Get Higher’ on May 23, 2013 has commanded 900,000+ views on YouTube. Watch now: http://youtu.be/R3feE0RCLsw
The band in little over a year has independently released two singles and a six song extended-play. Palaye Royale has released two self-directed/produced/edited music videos for their singles, “Morning Light” & “Get Higher”. As well, Palaye Royale has released six art-films which compliment each track from the debut extended-play, “The Ends Beginning”. To date Palaye Royale has released twenty-two ‘No. Series’ episodes which is a behind the scenes look into the “day in the life” of the band.
Much like Panic! at The Disco and Arctic Monkeys, the band gained a substantial fan base online from Europe and the USA before the release of their first EP, ‘The Ends Beginning’, dropped July 1st, 2013 was co-produced by Palaye Royale & Mark Needham at The Ballroom Studios.
The ‘Ballroom Series’ was released on YouTube to give a behind the scenes look into the making of the EP. Since the release of the extended-play, Palaye Royale has released six art films on YouTube to compliment each track from the EP. The band also releases bi-weekly ‘day in a life’ episodes called ‘No. Series’ which keeps their fans worldwide updated and engaged on twitter.
Since July 2013, Palaye Royale has been playing a lot of shows in California at the world famous Viper Room & The Roxy Theatre on the sunset strip. In Late August 2013 the band launched their Ecommerce merchandise webstore that sells limited edition design tee-shirts, the bands signed limited edition physical singles, cd’s & dvds and exclusive vip events.
Palaye Royale was personally asked by Billy Morrison to be the band to open for Camp Freddy’s sold out show at The Roxy Theatre in West Hollywood, California on December 21, 2013. The band finish out their year by playing a private event at The Soho House in New York City. The trip turned into a two part documentary entitled, ‘New York Times’.
Palaye Royale has performed numerous successful full capacity and sold out shows in California, Las Vegas and New York City catching the eyes of the music, fashion , Art and branding industry.
Palaye Royale is recording their debut record and hitting the road in early 2015.
Lots of announcements & exciting creative things up in coming for Palaye Royale -Stay Tuned!
MTV says: Palaye Royale? Raise the banner to the roof, because unsigned Las Vegas glam rockers Royale are now officially in the pantheon of Musical March Madness champions.
MTV says: Palaye Royale was definitely the Dark Horse of the epic MTV tournament, which crowned Ed Sheeran last year as the winner. A uniquely DIY band, the trio from Vegas writes and records all their own music, shoots and edits their music videos and has been steadily building up their fanbase online since day one.
VH1 says: March is long gone, but it’s not too late to find out who won MTV’s Musical March Madness! Las Vegas band Palaye Royale beat out the competion, meaning we’ll probably be hearing from them for years to come.
In Style Magazine says: LA Dispatch: Ruffian’s art rock fashion show features young rock band “Palaye Royale” Los Angeles Times: Celebrities, stylists & VIP tastemakers lined the rows of Gavlak Gallery to get a first look at the Ruffians’ latest collection with models walking the runway to live music from fashion art rock band Palaye Royale
Pret-‐a-Reporter: Ruffian’s spring 2015 line at the Gavlak Gallery on Monday night features Palaye Royale, a band described as a “fashion-‐art rock band” on Twitter, played during the presentaion.
Canada’s Candy’s Corner says; Palaye Royale: Band Of The Century!
Music Junkie Press says; ‘Palaye Royale is truly one of the best Indie Rock Bands you have to hear!’
Raine Magazine says; ‘Palaye Royale Rock & Roll is Reborn’
German Magazine says; ‘Palaye Royale is in the footsteps of the Rolling Stones’
Fans say; ‘Palaye Royale your music, you are the cure for all My Chemical Romance fans broken hearts’