Tuesday, September 15, 2015


UK duo Royal Blood will perform their song "Figure It Out" on The Late Late Show with James Corden on Tuesday, September 22nd. This will mark the band's fourth late night television performance in support of their self-titled debut album, which was originally released last August on Warner Bros. Records and has gone on to sell over 850,000 copies around the world and reached No. 5 on the Billboard Album Charts. The Late Late Show airs at 12:37am / 11:37am CST on CBS (check local listings).
Royal Blood's blistering summer included a remarkable interview and performance on the Howard Stern Show on SiriusXM, crowd-winning performances at the Sasquatch, Bunbury, Bonnaroo, and Governor's Ball festivals, and arena dates supporting Foo Fighters. The band will spend the fall playing headlining dates with Bass Drum of Death and will also appear at the Life is Beautiful Festival in Las Vegas, NV and Austin City Music Festival in Austin, TX. See below for a complete list of upcoming dates.
September 24 - The Observatory - Santa Ana, CA* (SOLD OUT)
September 25 - House of Blues - San Diego, CA* (SOLD OUT)
September 26 - Life Is Beautiful Festival - Las Vegas, NV
September 28 - The Marquee - Tempe, AZ*
September 29 - Tricky Falls - El Paso, TX*
October 1 - Warehouse Live - Houston, TX*
October 2 - ACL Music Festival - Austin, TX (SOLD OUT)
October 3 - Emo's - Austin, TX*
October 5 - Ready Room - St. Louis, MO*
October 6 - Cain's Ballroom - Tulsa, OK*
October 7 - House of Blues - Dallas, TX*
October 9 - ACL Music Festival - Austin, TX (SOLD OUT)
* w/ Bass Drum of Death
Royal Blood is 24 year-old vocalist/bassist Mike Kerr and 27 year-old drummer Ben Thatcher. The duo's sound is a result of a lineage that stretches from present day heroes Queens of the Stone Age to the influential Led Zeppelin, and all the way back to early blues pioneers... yet this huge wall of sound emerges from just two men and two instruments. The band's ferocious approach to the drums and bass have led them to be hailed as one of the most exciting forces in live music. Entertainment Weekly praised the band's "muscle-car riffs and bluesy snarls", while Rolling Stone proclaimed "the band is surely well on its way to becoming a household name." Pitchfork noted the band's "crushing, contorted groove" and "telepathic sense of connectivity". USA Today declared them "the biggest breakouts in rock this year." 
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Photo Credit: Eliot Lee Hazel

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