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New Royal

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New Royal just released the single "Religion"



=] Electrifying, fun-loving and punk rock all add up to one thing: New Royal. With New Royal’s powerful guitar oriented song styling and rich pop-like vocals coupled to a heart pounding Drums/Bass connection, their music is a roller coaster ride for the ears.

New Royal is poised to infiltrate the American media with their crisp new sound. Hailing from a small community in northern Kentucky, the band has attracted local interest with a solid fan base since their start in the summer of 2008.

The long hours and late nights of practice are the direct result of NR’s burning passion and driving desire to storm the airwaves with a message they believe will liberate souls. “It’s all about touching a generation that’s lost its way,” says front man and bassist Caleb Mills. Driven by compassion for the bent and broken, New Royal is reaching out to the heart.

New Royal has played shows spanning across Kentucky and Tennessee. After sharing the stage with Gotee Records alumni Our Heart’s Hero, New Royal caught the attention of lead man Nick Joyce who invited the band to cut their new single ‘Religion’ at his Green Meteor Studios. “We’re gonna get these guys out to America,” Joyce said, “If anybody’s not rockin’ to NR, then they’re either deaf or dead.”

New Royal’s unique style can be attributed to each member’s widely different playing style. When vocals inspired by David Crowder and Hillsongs United meet with guitar parts crafted from the likes of Blink 182 to John Mayer on the solid foundation of hard rock drums, an audio explosion occurs. Boom.

New Royal stands poised to set fire to a world frozen in political ideals and melt away oppressive religious rules from the hearts and minds of many. “It’s all about God’s love for you,” Mills says, “and we’re trying to express that through beats and harmonies.” NR, Ya Dig?