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ROYAL TUSK have released new video / single 'Reflection'; directed by Keenan Kirk, this is the second video from the band's latest LP, TUSK II
Watch 'Reflection' here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JtX2FTu5Xn8

“The video for Reflection was a blast to make,” say the band. “We wanted to show the pure rawness that is a Royal Tusk live show, no bells or whistles. We avoided the usual quick edits and stylized after-effects you often see in performance videos by constructing a practical effect which was really challenging to pull off.

"Without giving too much away, We only had one chance to shoot it, so what you get is an inspired, genuine, and raw performance, flaws and all. Just like a live rock show should be. What better time to drop it as we set out for our first American tour. Give it a spin, then come see it for yourself.”
ROYAL TUSK have also announced a new batch of European tour dates in support of Monster Truck“Since the release of Tusk II we’ve been shown nothing but love and support from our European fans,” says bassist Sandy MacKinnon“Y’all have raised the bar high, so now it’s time for us to bring it. We couldn’t be more excited to be alongside our rock n roll brethren, Monster Truck. One thing is for sure, this tour is going to rock, rock real hard!”
Dates kick off on 18th April in Bristol, UK and continue on to BeNeLux, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, France, Austria, Denmark, Norway and finally culminate on 23rd May in Stockholm, Sweden. This is the first time the band will embark on a fully-fledged European tour.

UK dates with Monster Truck:

18.04.2019 - Bristol, O2 Academy 
19.04.2019 - Birmingham, O2 Academy 2
20.04.2019 - Manchester, O2 Academy 2
22.04.2019 - Glasgow, SWG3 TV Studio 
23.04.2019 - Newcastle, O2 Academy 2 
25.04.2019 - Nottingham, Rescue Rooms 
26.04.2019 - Norwich, Waterfront 
27.04.2019 - London, Electric Ballroom 

ROYAL TUSK are about to embark on a batch of U.S. tour dates on the first ever SiriusXM Accelerator Tour. The band will be supporting New Zealand rock band Like A Storm alongside Afterlife. The band have also been confirmed to play the 2019 Rock USA Festival taking place on July 18th, 19th, 20th 2019 in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. 

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