Captivating riffs, heavy drums and outspoken vocals give Royal Mob an unparalleled fusion of modern rock and soul-inspired melodies. The band which was formerly known as Mojave Desert Rebels, has since 2015 been a keen component on the Danish underground scene.
The four guys with their base in Copenhagen have, with their straightforward, but firm approach to song compositions, built solid groundwork for their debut release Cinematic.
Ever since the band’s EP Through The Fire was released in 2015, Royal Mob has been broadcasting a number of singles, music videos and has toured Denmark, Germany and France, with a support gig for Manic Street Preachers at the internationally acknowledged venue VEGA. Their inspiration is sampled from the British rock scene with ambitions and material, that shows great international potential.
The songs from Cinematic are composed and produced in collaboration with Mirza Radonjica (Siamese, Ghost Iris, Cold Night For Aligators) and Nicklas Sonne (Defecto), recorded at Sonne Studios.
The album has been released on May 25th through Prime Collective.
Alfonso Sanchez: Vocals.
Morten Bernstorf Hansen: Guitar.
Andreas Bütow Pröll: Drums.
Guillaume Blanjean: Bass.
LA GROSSE RADIO (FR): “The more we go through this album, the catchier the songs become and make you want to dance, like an invitation to party”.
PUNKTASTIC (UK): “Royal Mob don’t lack talent and the bass alone makes ‘Cinematic’ well worth a listen”.
ALREADY HEARD (UK): “With their groove-filled riffs and straight up catchy hooks, Royal Mob sound like the perfect fit for the ever-burgeoning “Brit Rock” scene”.
ALTCORNER (UK): “It is fair to say that these guys should be selling out huge shows in the years to come”.
GAFFA (DK): “There are lots of promising hits on the debuting Royal Mob’s debut “Cinematic”.
POWERPLAY MAGAZINE (UK): “Royal Mob are clearly not a lazy band … This is certainly a polished album. There are some math-rock style touches thrown in to keep things interesting and album opener “Wanna Lie With You” is powered by a bouncy effervescent riff that wouldn’t sound out of place on a QOTSA album”.
ROCKERHEAD (UK): “I can see these guys going a long way”.
ROCK RAGE RADIO (US): “Hooking guitar riffs, unparagoned vocal ranges and addictive lyrics push Royal Mob over the top with incomparable sounds”.