Following their slew of dates in support of Queens of the Stone Age, English rock duo, Royal Blood, have announced a number of headlining shows for 2018.
Kicking things off on May 28th in Brooklyn, NY, Royal Blood will make stops in Pittsburg, Nashville, Dallas, Orlando and more, until their currently scheduled 2018 dates end on June 15th at The National in Richmond, VA. Tickets for their headlining summer shows are available for purchase beginning at noon (EST) this Friday, December 8th.
Check out Royal Blood’s currently scheduled tour dates below.
For it’s 16th straight year Bonnaroo brought some of the biggest names in music for fans in Manchester, TN. With memorable sets from The Weeknd, U2, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Travis Scott, Lorde and Major Lazer, just to name a few, this was certainly another great year at The Farm.
Check out our third Bonnaroo Photo Series of 2017, of Royal Blood’s return to “The Farm”.
Our favorite 2-man band in rock, Royal Blood, is back in 2017 and we couldn’t be more excited. Ahead of the release of their forthcoming sophomore LP, How Did We Get So Dark? (duo out June 16 via Warner Brothers), the British duo will embark on a new headlining tour throughout the U.S.
Starting things off on June 2nd in Boston, Royal Blood will make stops in Washington D.C., Philadelphia, Santa Ana and more, including various festival performances throughout the country (Lollapalooza, Outside Lands, Bonnaroo, Governor’s Ball). And if Royal Blood’s followup to their self-titled debut is half as good as the LP’s lead single, ‘Lights Out’, than you’ll want to catch a stop on their new headlining tour to hear cuts from the album live.
Check out the dates for Royal Blood’s U.S. tour below and get more ticket information at the band’s official website. You can also read our interview with the band here.
English rockers, Royal Blood, are likely one of your favorite rock band’s favorite rock band. Since they emerged with their Out of the Black EP, as well as their self-titled debut album, Royal Blood instantly became one of the most exciting emerging names in rock, all while receiving co-signs from the Foo Fighters, Arctic Monkeys and many more.
The hard rock duo is now set to make their return in 2017, with a number of tour and festival performances scheduled around the a world, all in anticipation of the band’s highly anticipated sophomore studio album. And to tease fans and keep us all wanting more, Royal Blood has released a video teasing their next project.
Watch Royal Blood work on their second studio LP below.
Royal Blood is your favorite rock band’s new favorite rock band. The English duo, which is comprised of Mike Kerr (bass/vocals) and drummer Ben Thatcher, only formed a couple years ago but already they have huge co-signs from the Arctic Monkeys, the Foo Fighters, The Script and Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page, just to name a few. Their biggest single to date, ‘Figure It Out’, from their debut and self-titled album, goes hard and rocks as much as any 5-man rock band. Mike and Ben carry the weight and pressure that the Royal Blood name already holds in its huge expectations, but you wouldn’t guess it from their persona. We sat down with the guys this past month at Bonnaroo to get to know the laid back and confident rockers with a sense of humor.
This month we wrapped up our amazing experience during our first year at Bonnaroo. The weekend at The Farm was amazing, as music fans saw performances from Raury, Bleachers, Kendrick Lamar, Mumford & Sons, Childish Gambino, Alabama Shakes, Florence + the Machine, and many more! While we already posted a small selection of our favorite photos, to further share our experience with our readers, we will be posting new photo galleries from Bonnaroo until we run out.
Check out our sixth Bonnarooo Photo Series piece this year, of Royal Blood’s performance below (interview coming soon)!
We just got back from Bonnaroo 2015 and wow did our first year at The Farm not disappoint! Fans not only saw performances from some of music’s biggest names, like Kendrick Lamar and Mumford & Sons, but Manchester, TN also saw sets from some amazing emerging artists (Raury, Sylvan Esso) and even a few surprises (Jon Hamm and Zach Galifiankis?!). From Childish Gambino to the Piano Man, Bonnaroo had something for everyone this year.