London quartet Royworld are constantly touring at the moment! They release their new single, 'Dust', on 19th May 2008 through Virgin Records. It's taken from the band's forthcoming debut album 'Man In The Machine' released on 2nd June.
Fronted by Rod Futrille, Royworld have a unique way of creating their monolithic, skyscraping songcraft. The songwriting process in itself is unusual as it is split between Rod and his brother Crispin who does not feature in the Royworld line-up for the recording process nor their live shows. The band of close friends then delivers the Futrilles' brainchild to devastating effect.
A strong combination of Royworld's debut single, 'Man In The Machine' released in March, and their breath taking nationwide live shows has quickly moved them to the forefront of the latest handful of new British acts set to do well in 2008.
3rd May Norwich, Arts Centre
4th May Oxford, Academy 2
5th May Birmingham, Bar Academy
7th May Liverpool, Barfly
8th May Glasgow, Tuts
9th May Dublin, Trinity Ball
11th May Leeds, Cockpit
12th May Lancaster Library
13th May Manchester, Night and Day
15th May Cardiff, Club Ifor Bach
16th May Brighton (The Great Escape Festival)
18th May Southampton, The Joiners
19th May London, Borderline
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