Royal Road | Journey Of A Thousand Miles

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Journey Of A Thousand Miles

by Royal Road

Eclectic mix of rock, beats, and country and a bit weird.
Genre: Rock: Post-Rock/Experimental
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2. Boundless Space
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3. Hole in My Pants
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4. Rover
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5. Dead Relatives
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6. Like An Egg
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Royal Road span and delve through a few genres of music but try to keep it interesting by adding dancier beats and quirkier sounds to sing along melodies. We love good harmonies, collaborating with lots of people, and making songs whenever we can skive off from our day jobs. Oh the curse of wages... We are currently working on delivering some unrealistic expectations such as to build the first interplanetary speed of light spacecraft made of cheese, to develop a cat translator to be installed in all new homes, and that we will have an album out before christmas. Some of the things we care about are the environment, emotions, society, and the way technology and the media are shaping the world around us and how we see reality.


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I not sure if I dig it but its diferent, it made me check out the rest of the clips. The music has somthing cool in their but I can't hear it. I Think these guys could make it big.