Like the rest of their rabid fanbase, we've been eagerly awaiting new music from Royal Blood, and the Brit rock duo delivered today with a bombastic bang in the way of a new music video for anthemic single "Lights Out." The video begins with the band performing in a mostly white room with sparse furniture.
As they wrapped up the final leg of their two-year world tour in support of eponymous debut, U.K. duo Royal Blood also found the time to storm the set of The Late Late Show with James Corden for a fierce take on "Figure It Out." Shrouded mostly in red or blue lights, bassist and vocalist
If you missed UK thunderous duo Royal Blood's recent performance on Conan, you can still watch a clip of the band performing "Figure It Out" here. The guys seemed to be in a partying spirit for the late-night stop, as bassist/singer Mike Kerr wore big sunglasses and drummer Ben Thatcher inexplicably donned a blonde wig. But
It was as if Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page challenged the men of Royal Blood to wield the hammer of the gods when he presented them with the BRIT Award for Best British Group earlier this year, because the duo was absolutely thunderous during their Coachella performance on Saturday. Bassist/singer Mike Kerr and drummer Ben Thatcher
Rock and roll took center stage at the 35th annual BRIT Awards, as Royal Blood was named the top British Group. What's more, the duo received the award from none other than Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page. "This is a huge surprise for us," said singer/bassist Mike Kerr. "It's probably more of a surprise for everyone
British rock duo Royal Blood got reduced to a one-man show during a recent appearance on Australia's Triple J radio, as singer Mike Kerr performed an acoustic session for the first time. Wielding a Gretsch G5031FT Rancher Dreadnought, Kerr offered stripped-down renditions of "Better Strangers" and a cover of Cold War Kids hit "Hang Me
English dark rock duo Royal Blood recently released a new single entitled "Out of the Black" that definitely gets the most out of Mike Kerr and Benji Thatcher's drum and bass configuration. The b-side to that track - "Come on Over" - is also a heavy gem. Check out the music video for "Out of