GRANDE ROYALE – “GOT TO MOVE” out now
‘Got To Move‘ is the first single from Grande Royale‘s third album ‘Breaking News‘ to be released by The Sign Records. Nicke Andersson (the Hellacopters, Imperial State Electric, Entombed) recorded and produced the album in his studio Honk Palace. The sound and production is flawless and the songs got just the right amount of mixture between rock, garage, 60’s, 70’s, 90’s to stand out in 2017. This ain’t anything you never head before, but ‘Got To Move’ is the perfect rock teaser to start of the year and keep you waiting for Grande Royale’s album ‘Breaking News’ that is released in the beginning of the autumn.
About Grande Royale
Grande Royale is a rock’n’roll band from Jönköping, Sweden, who find their roots in the early 70’s rock scene of Detroit and the 90’s rock scene in Scandinavia, mixed up with some vintage pop. The music is straight forward rock’n’roll packed with electric guitars, melodic vocals and thundering bass lines. During the bands first year, Grande Royale recorded and released their debut album titled ‘Cygne Noir’ (2014) and the second album was released in 2015 with the title ‘No Fuss – A piece by resolute men’. At this stage the band had been doing all of the recordings by themselves, and also released the albums on their own. These records made it possible for the band to go out and play live shows all over Sweden, as well as in the U.K and Southern Europe. With energetic live shows, and tight performances Grande Royale raised the roof of the venues. In the summer of 2016 Grande Royale started to work on their third album in the Honk Palace with Nicke Andersson (Imperial State Electric, The Hellacopters, Entombed) as the engineer and producer. The album got the title ‘Breaking News’, and will be released on The Sign records in August 2017.
The Sign Records put their focus on rock oriented music. The label works with such act’s as MaidaVale, Night, Nocturnalia, Svartanatt, Ill Wicker, Tid, Lizzies, Demon Head, Throne of Heresy, Nekrokraft, Hällas among others. The label is a part of the Almost Religious label group started up in 2015 by the persons behind Swedish label Gaphals.