Outside Royalty is a six-piece indie rock band originating from Pittsburgh, PA.
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In 2006, four members of the band (Adam Billing, Eizan Miyamoto, Rachel Wu, and Brandon Paluzzi) moved to London, England where they were joined by cellist Frederique Legrand and bassist Paul Crawford-Smith
In 2007 the band were among the 14 finalists in the Virgin 'Road to V' competition, and made it to the final four. Also in 2007, the band toured the UK with the Young Knives and Pete and the Pirates. Since arriving in London, the band has played with a wide variety of artists, including Babyshambles, The Holloways, The Duke Spirit, Wild Beasts and Good Shoes, and played five sell out shows at Club NME at Koko in London.
The Guardian announced the Outside Royalty as the "New Band Of The Day" on November 16, 2007.
In November 2009, it was announced that Outside Royalty will be the opening band for The Cranberries EU tour in March 2010.
Bassist Paul Crawford-Smith left the band in mid-2010 and was replaced by Scott Milner (from The Fight).
Palladium, digital only (Self released - October 2007),
Falling, 7" vinyl (Bloody Awful Poetry Records - May 2008),
Lightbulb (Turning Off), CD single (Mothlight Records - October 26, 2009),
All Nights Out, CD (Mothlight Records - November 2, 2009; Sony PopLaw - March 2010)