Royal Blood Unveil New Single “Pull Me Through” (Listen)

The single is from their upcoming fourth album 'Back To The Water Below,' out September 1st

Royal Blood Unveil New Single “Pull Me Through” (Listen)

The single is from their upcoming fourth album 'Back To The Water Below,' out September 1st

Royal Blood has just unveiled their new single “Pull Me Through” — listen HERE. The track previews their eagerly anticipated fourth album Back To The Water Below, which follows on September 1st, a week earlier than previously stated. “Pull Me Through” comes in the wake of breakout single Mountains At Midnight.”

“Pull Me Through” is indicative of the broader palette of sounds that Royal Blood explore throughout Back To The Water Below. A step apart from anything they have previously released, the song builds upwards from its initial melancholic piano melody before erupting with a full-blooded denouement that ensures this stylistic shift is still resolutely Royal Blood. Themes of guilt and recrimination lurk ominously in Mike Kerr’s words, notably with the arresting lyric, “On a bed made of ‘What have you done?’”

Kerr says,‘Pull Me Through’ is ultimately about giving up on persevering alone and finding strength in asking for help. It’s a song that is driven by the lyrics and melody, as opposed to the riffs doing the heavy lifting. Despite being piano led, it feels very much like a missing limb to our artillery and a track we’ve been eager to perform live.”

“Pull Me Through” comes with a visually arresting accompanying video with a powerful narrative directed by filmmaker and photographer Polocho via Watch it HERE.

As with the rest of Back To The Water Below, “Pull Me Through” was solely written and produced by Royal Blood.

Back To The Water Below is available to pre-order HERE. Remaining formats include signed black and deluxe marbled vinyl editions; signed CDs; and black and yellow cassettes, both of which feature alternate artwork.

The release of Back To The Water Below heralds a bold new chapter for Royal Blood. Their story is of two life-long friends, Mike Kerr (vocals, bass) and Ben Thatcher (drums), whose shared passion for rousing, full-throttle hard rock has led them on an extraordinary adventure together – a story of such success that it has yet to be repeated, leading to a succession of achievements that are as rare as they are remarkable. Moving from the pub circuit in their native Brighton to topping the UK album charts, winning the BRIT Award for Best British Group and garnering famous fans from Lars Ulrich to Jimmy Page. They’ve remained on a similar trajectory ever since, with their subsequent albums How Did We Get So Dark? and Typhoons both racing straight to #1 in the UK.

Royal Blood will kick off their North American headline tour in September. See HERE for ticket information and a list of all international dates.

North American Tour Dates:

Sep 16 Asbury Park, NJ Sea. Hear. Now Festival

Sep 18: Detroit, MI The Fillmore Detroit

Sep 19: Cleveland, OH Agora Theater

Sep 21 Louisville, KY Louder Than Life Festival

Sep 22: Saint Louis, MO The Pageant

Sep 23: Chicago, IL Riviera Theatre

Sep 25: Toronto, ON Queen Elizabeth Theatre

Sep 26: Montreal, QC MTELUS

Sep 27: Boston, MA Roadrunner

Sep 29: New Haven, CT College St. Music Hall

Sep 30: Philadelphia, PA The Fillmore

Oct 02: Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Steel

Oct 03: New York, NY Webster Hall

Nov 09: Los Angeles, CA The Wiltern

Nov 10: Oakland, CA Fox Theater

Nov 11: Santa Cruz, CA The Catalyst

Nov 13: Seattle, WA Paramount Theatre

Nov 14: Vancouver, BC Queen Elizabeth Theatre

Nov 15: Portland, OR Crystal Ballroom

Nov 17: Salt Lake City, UT Union Event Center

Nov 18: Englewood, CO Gothic Theatre

Nov 20: Tulsa, OK Cain’s Ballroom

Nov 21: Dallas, TX South Side Ballroom

Nov 22: Austin, TX ACL Live at The Moody Theater

Nov 25: Albuquerque, NM Sunshine Theater

Nov 26: Phoenix, AZ The Van Buren

Nov 27: San Diego, CA The Sound

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