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When Royal Headache started playing shows in Sydney around 2009, they made rock music in the city feel vital again. It’s rare for Sydney’s underground scene to birth bands as widely palatable as Royal Headache, and it’s even rarer for those bands to transcend the small pubs and warehouses they play in. Royal Headache felt like magic in 2009. They were a phenomenon. Sydney’s underground could not contain them. Royal Headache are Australia’s best rock band because everything they do strikes a chord of import. This second album, High, skips abruptly between joy and sadness, despair and resignation, abandon and calm, in a manner that feels eternally pressing, but especially now. It is anxious, crestfallen and incapable of peace. It’s what an Australian rock record, at least one made by four men, should sound like in 2015. Any less is a waste of time. This is not a didactic or complicated band.
Royal Headache – ‘High’. Catchy, clever and relentlessly exciting, the Sydney punks' second album demands mainstream attention. There’s a 2011 live video in which Royal Headache’s gangly, hawk-eyed frontman Shogun laments the fact he’s got to work in a call centre the next day. Fuck, man, he sighs, loathing himself. Four years later and he’s still manning the phones there. Part of a select group featuring Milk Music and Sheer Mag, Royal Headache are one of those non-UK bands (they’re always non-UK) who have the ability to infuriate garage-rock fans
I fucking love this album. 1- My Own Fantasy 0:00 2- Need You 3:06 3- High 5:30 4- Another World 7:46 5- Wouldn't You Know 10:08 6- Garbage 14:25 7- Love Her If I Tried 18:27 8- Carolina 21:31 9- Little Star 24:46 10- Electric Shock 27:21. Royal Headache - High (Full Album). been listening to this album on repeat for about a week now. Ron V. What a glorious gem youtube sent my way. carz. wow. 4 and 5 this is great.
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Sydney punk band Royal Headaches are set to release their sophomore album, High, which follows their self-titled 2011 debut. The title track from the Aussie band’s new record displays their controlled lo-fi sound and vocalist Shogun’s emotionally charged singing. Shogun actually quit the band back in 2014, with the band accepting his resignation on the condition that he stay to finish the record. So for now, they’re still a band. You can catch them on tour in the . with Shogun singing - this August. Check out those tour dates, as well as album details and the title track below.
Album: Royal Headache. Royal Headache – High (2015).
Fast, Fuzzy and filled with infectious riffs, Royal Headache sums up what punk today is all about. A very promising debut indeed. Or consider a donation?
The album isn't out until May 8th (missing a trick not being released a month later on the Queens jubilee if you ask me) but you can listen to it in full below and see for yourselves why The Black Keys have chosen the quartet to support them on tour this Autumn. Recommended Headphones Under £50: SoundMAGIC E10S Headphones.