PALAYE ROYALE release captivating Spanish version of Broken

Palaye Royale just released an amazing and captivating Spanish language version of their anthemic hit Broken.  The song is accompanied by a graphic video which was designed by Emerson Barrett, the band’s drummer and talented artist. The song and the video truly captures the emotion of the track and is titled “Destrozado y Roto”  The song is being released ahead of the band’s show in Mexico City, which will take place at the Lunario del Auditorio Nacional on November 29th. The highly anticipated show sold out within hours and will definitely be one show the fans will  never forget.

We will be bringing you our review and coverage of their recent show in San Francisco and we can honestly express it was one of the best concerts we have seen. It was a stadium worthy performance and truly eclipsed the  200+ sets we have seen this past year.

About the new track,

Palaye Royale are thrilled to be giving fans a new way to experience “Broken”, proclaiming: “We are so excited to be returning on November 29th to Lunario in Mexico City, MX! As a special way to say thank you and communicate on an even deeper level, Remington Leith re-recorded the vocals of ‘Broken’ in Spanish”. The song, which has garnered millions of streams, is rife with emotion as it confronts a toxic and tumultuous relationship.


The original version of the song will be on the band’s highly-anticipated new album “Fever Dream”, due out October 28th via Sumerian Records, and produced alongside the Grammy-nominated Chris Greatti (YUNGBLUD, WILLOW).

Check out the video and song here:


Stay tuned for our coverage of their San Francisco show and make sure to pre-order FEVER DREAM here.


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