The waiting is over!
After weeks of teasing, Palaye Royale have released 'You'll Be Fine'- the first single from their highly anticipated upcoming album 'Boom Boom Room Side B'.
Speaking about the themes of 'You'll Be Fine', frontman Remington Leith says “‘You’ll Be Fine’ is a step into the new world of Palaye Royale. Steaming from the live show atmosphere, we took the moments of aggression, violence and excitement by putting in all in one song. ‘You’ll Be Fine’ was written in the perspective of a schizophrenic patient (same patient as Mr. Dr Man talked about). In today’s society everyone around you will always say ‘it will be fine’. In this video we address the topics that people tend to not frequently talk about. Mental health and freedom within existence.”
Palaye Royale have also released the offcial music video for 'You'll Be Fine', which theoretically continues the narrative from 'Ragdoll' off 'Boom Boom Room Side A'. This is based around the lyric "Lost in the mental estate; they say I'm okay, oh, as they're dragging me away" from 'Ragdoll', and the video for 'You'll Be Fine' which sees Emerson and Sebastian speeding down a highway, with Remington confined to a strait jacket in the back of the car.
Fan theories are always almost on point. https://t.co/u20CLWlvRk— Palaye Royale (@PalayeRoyale) July 18, 2018
Check out Palaye Royale's 'You'll Be Fine' below:
The video was shot entirely in one day, during a rare off day on Warped Tour, which you can read more about here.
Palaye Royale are heading to the UK in October for their first ever UK headline tour. Get all the info on that here.