Royal Blood is the eponymous debut studio album by British rock duo Royal Blood. The album, produced by the band and Tom Dalgety, was released by Warner Bros. Records on 22 August 2014 in Friday-release countries and on 25 August 2014 in the United Kingdom. The album was well received by music critics. It was nominated for the 2014 Mercury Prize for best album
Royal Blood is the British rock duo’s debut self-titled studio album. It was released on 22nd August 2014 by Warner Bros. Records and was produced by the band and Tom Dalgety and the band themselves. The singles from this album are Out of the Black ; 22nd November 2013, Little Monster ; 10th February 2015, Come On Over ; 21st April 2014, Figure It Out ;18th August 2014, and Ten Tonne Skeleton ; 1st December 2014
Royal Blood - Where Are You Now? Royal Blood - How Did We Get So Dark? (2017). Out Of The Black (Ost Who Am I) Royal Blood. West Coast (Lana Del Rey Cover) Royal Blood. Loose Change Royal Blood. Better Strangers Royal Blood. Happy (Pharrell Williams Cover) Royal Blood. Little Monster Royal Blood. Royal Blood - Careless Royal Blood - Royal Blood (2014). Royal Blood - Figure It Out Royal Blood - Royal Blood (2014). Royal Blood - One Trick Pony Royal Blood - Royal Blood (2014).
Album Name Royal Blood. Released date 25 August 2014. Labels Warner Music Group. Music StyleGarage Rock. Members owning this album13.
Royal Blood Album Lyrics. Lyrics to the Full Album on one page). Figure It Out. You Can Be So Cruel. How did it feel when it came alive and took you Out of the black It broke your skin and shook through Every part of me, every part of you. You made a fool out of me And took the skin off my back running So don't breathe when I talk 'Cause you haven't been spoken to I got a gun for a mouth and a bullet with your name on it But a sliver for a heart beating blood from an empty pocket. I never wondered why And you didn't care when You closed every day I washed away your sin. And I promised you Like you promised me That those vows we made We f cked them up for free.
Royal Blood’s disproportionately gigantic sound-conjured by nothing more than frontman Mike Kerr’s modulated bass and Ben Thatcher’s pulverising drums-gets an arresting platform on this lean debut. But the Brighton duo have got more in their artillery than the black-skied, heavy rock of, say, Little Monster. Blood Hands packs hardboiled drama and a beguiling slow-build, Loose Change has a buzzing, bluesy groove and Careless deftly reworks the harmonious pop these school friends were weaned on. Royal Blood Royal Blood.