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Palaye Royale Have Provided A Behind The Scenes Look At The Making Of The Video For ‘Lonely’

Jack Rogers
Jack Rogers 8 April 2020 at 10.45

This is how the powerful clip was brought to life.

Palaye Royale
have posted a video going behind the scene of how they made the video for their latest single 'Lonely'.

The video is the directoral debut of frontman Remington Leith and he says that the song "is kind of like about all the things I’ve been through in my life and the video reflects that. It’s very similar to the childhood that I had."

Have a watch below:

And here's what the finished product looks like:

The song is set to appear on the band's new album 'The Bastards' which is set for release May 29 via Sumerian.

We recently caught up with the band via Video Call. 

You can check that out here:


We spoke to Remington all about the album in the latest issue of Rock Sound.

This is what he had to say about writing in an honest and transparent way:

“Whenever someone starts playing something and I start singing a bit over the top, I’ll start jumping up and down. I’ll be like, ‘This is the shit that I want to be listening to’. That’s how I know that we’re onto something.

"I don’t give a fuck if it’s what the label wants to hear, or what our managers want to hear or whether it will work on radio. I don’t give a fuck about any of that. If I’ve made a song that sounds like something I want to listen to, then I’ve done my job. Even if this thing only sold two copies, I wouldn’t really care, because I’m already so proud of it and proud of what this band has done.

“I was told a long time ago that I should never write a song for anybody else but me, but if you put what you’re actually feeling into your music then there’s a big chance it will be able to help somebody else. If you write about your emotions and all the things you’ve gone through, and create lyrics that are almost so truthful to yourself that you’re vulnerable and scared to put them out, those are the songs that really help people.

"It’s so crazy that I can go out into the world and do what I love, and people give a fuck. I’m so thankful for that. I get to write down my thoughts and people listen to it. For that reason I’m super proud that my brothers and I get to do this for hopefully the rest of our lives. Travel the world, meet these amazing people and write music with my brothers; it’s a crazy concept, but somehow I’m here. I don’t know how this depressed kid from Las Vegas made it here, but I know that it’s all down to the people that listen.”~

You can read the full thing in I Prevail's issue of Rock Sound.


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