Royal Blood sing their own songs at karaoke
Royal Blood sing their own songs at karaoke, but always find the provided lyrics incorrect
Royal Blood sing their own songs at karaoke.
The rock duo, comprised of Mike Kerr and Ben Thatcher, have revealed tracks from their eponymous debut album are now available at their local karaoke joint, and they love to sing along to the tracks even though the lyrics are always incorrect.
Mike revealed: "We've got Royal Blood songs on the local karaoke in Brighton now as well, and they have the lyrics wrong though. Which makes it even more fun."
When asked whether they actually sing their own songs, he added: "Yes. It's the first thing I do. I get the mic off, it's my go."
The 'Little Monster' rockers were scheduled to support Foo Fighters at Wembley Stadium in London during two dates this week, and while they confessed they are disappointed the shows have been cancelled after frontman Dave Grohl broke his leg, they commended him for carrying on his performance after suffering the painful injury in Sweden last week.
Speaking to Nick Grimshaw on BBC Radio 1, they said: "We were going to play a gig tomorrow with the Foo Fighters, but I'm sure as everyone who was going is aware, we're not any more. Dave hurt his leg.
"It's completely understandable [that they cancelled the shows]. He's someone I think who wants to do things properly and it's totally fair enough. He finished the show, I think it was Gothenburg when he fell off [the stage], and he like went off stage for like 15 minutes, came back on and finished the show while being put in a cast, so he's definitely committed to things like that.
"I would have definitely cried as well. I wouldn't have been able to keep going. I would have tried, then I would have burst into tears halfway through a song."