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Royal Blood Release Video For Josh Homme-Produced Track Boilermaker

Tuesday, 13 April 2021 Written by Laura Johnson

Photo: Mads Perch

Royal Blood have dropped a new single.

Boilermaker was produced by Josh Homme of Queens Of The Stone Age and recorded at his Pink Duck studio in Los Angeles.

It's the latest preview of the British rock duo's new album 'Typhoons', out on April 30, following previous cuts Limbo, Trouble's Coming and the title track

The song finds bassist and vocalist Mike Kerr candidly discussing his previous lifestyle while still drinking alcohol as he churns out hip-shaking, distorted riffs and Ben Thatcher provides driving beats. Head below to check out its Liam Lynch-directed video. Introducing it online, they said:

- a shot of whisky followed immediately by a glass of beer as a chaser.

This is written a report from the front line of my own self destruction. Chasing all things toxic no matter how grotesque the combination.

However, the marriage of talent involved in its creation was a delicious one.
It’s bones discovered in I Know I Know's bedroom.

Produced by the Jedi master Josh Homme of Queens of the Stone Age. A life changing experience we will be forever grateful for.

And finally a massive thank you to Liam Lynch for creating such a stone cold masterpiece of a video

Royal Blood are set to headline the first day of This Is Tomorrow festival at Newcastle's Exhibition Park in May and Truck Festival in July.

Royal Blood Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Fri May 28 2021 - NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE Exhibition Park

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