The band made their return final month, sharing their first new materials since 2017 album ‘How Did We Get So Dark?’.
The brand new video, directed by Dir. Lx, sees the band in darkish and stormy landscapes, with Mike Kerr rising bloodied up on the opposite aspect.
Watch Royal Blood’s new ‘Trouble’s Coming’ video beneath.
Following the discharge of the brand new monitor, the band’s Mike Kerr spoke to NME in regards to the Brighton duo’s return and their upcoming third album.
“We realised that this much dancier sound really leant itself to the kind of music we were already making,” Kerr stated. “We discovered this through-line between basic rock, dance music and disco music the place, to me, among the finest fretting ever is AC/DC. They at all times play over this straight beat. It’s identical to a heartbeat by way of the songs that by no means stops. Then these riffs simply minimize excessive.
“All we had to do was speed it up and it gave us this new approach to what we did. It felt like we were seeing in colour for the first time.”
Discussing their subsequent album, Kerr added: “All of the tracks on this file have their very own character. This encapsulates the change and development that we’ve made as a band and as individuals. We’re conscious that we’ve been away for a very long time, and we didn’t wish to come again with one thing that we’d carried out earlier than. This exhibits a maturity on each degree.
“This record wasn’t just the next 10 songs that we wrote about the last album. We wrote an insane amount of music after coming off tour. To us this is like our sixth record, but it’s officially being released as our third!”
Earlier this summer time, Royal Blood shared their assist for the worldwide Black Lives Matter motion, which gained tempo following the demise of George Floyd.
“We have been described as ‘two guys making a lot of noise’ for nearly 6 years now, but the truth is we are two white males, adopting and basking in an entire genre of music that was created by black culture and black musicians,” the duo wrote, encouraging followers to teach themselves on social injustices.