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American Royalty is a band currently based out of New York City, formerly of Los Angeles.
The psychedelic blues rock electronic trio is comprised of members Marc Gilfry, Mat Ungson, and Billy Scher.
Signed to the Windish Agency in 2011, the band has opened for the likes of Metronomy, Ladyhawke, Drop The Lime, Digitalism, Bag Raiders, Theophilus London, and more.
Honey & Queen, the first song from their February 2013 release - Prismatic - (out on Guns In The Sun Records) has received recent support and airplay from the likes of KCRW, BBC Radio 1 & Radio 6, Xfm London, Dummy Mag, Impose, Death + Taxes, This Is Fake DIY and more.
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