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[av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=” admin_preview_bg=”] Bad Royale and Silver release the music video for latest release, ‘All I Can Do,’ out now via Polydor Records.
Delivering a clever and comedic storyline, a great night out turns to disaster for the protagonist, after his girlfriend ditches him for the VIP nightclub lifestyle.
In order to win her back, our main character has to traverse his way through the club as he racks up bonus points left and right in this video game adaptation of real life.
The visual follows our main character as he battles a group of security guards and stumbles into an unexpecting wrestling match in order to complete his final mission and safely exit the club with his girlfriend.
Closing out last year alongside Major Lazer on ‘My Number’ (reworking a Toot’s + The Maytal’s classic),
Bad Royale have set the tone for 2017 with their anthemic new single, and their major label debut.
The track follows on from standout releases on Diplo’s label Mad Decent, including the highly regarded EP’s ‘We’re All We Need,’ ‘Immutable Timeline’ and ‘Move Like.’
Teaming up alongside Silver – a mysterious and anonymous singer from the Caribbean who was discovered by the producers, and songwriter Jamie Hartman who is best known for writing Rag N Bone Man’s influential single ‘Human’ – the track perfectly combines beautiful melodies and expert lyrics to create the perfect summer tune.
The DJ and producer group Bad Royale met at the summit of a Southern Californian mountain in 2015 and haven’t looked back since; starting their own record label, ‘Rude Mood’ as well as collaborating with the likes of Diplo, Steve Aoki, Skrillex, Major Lazer, Borgore, DJ Snake and others.
With festival appearances at Ultra Music Festival, Electric Zoo, Tomorrowland, Life In Color, and many others, it’s clear that Bad Royale are on the right track to become Dance Music’s most notorious cartoon kings.