WATCH: Royal Blood Unveil Video For Lights Out Single

13 April 2017, 19:01 | Updated: 11 May 2017, 11:33

Royal Blood press shot 2017

The duo have debuted the first cut from their How Did We Get So Dark? album.

Royal Blood have made their return with a brand new single and more details of their sophomore album.

The Brighton duo have shared the epic video for Lights Out -the first cut to be taken from their How Did We Get So Dark? LP.

Watch it here:

The cover for their second studio LP - which is set for release on 16 June 2017 - was also unveiled this week. 

See the finished artwork below:

Royal Blood How Did We get So Dark? artwork

Royal Blood’s summer festival touring starts at the New York City Governors Ball, and ends with Japan’s Summer Sonic Festival in August. 

On this side of the pond, the Figure It Out rockers will play Glastonbury 2017 and headline the Eden project.

See the full tracklisting for How Did We Get So Dark? here:

1.             How Did We Get So Dark?

2.             Lights Out

3.             I Only Lie When I Love You

4.             She’s Creeping

5.             Looks Like You Know

6.             Where Are You Now?

7.             Don’t Tell

8.             Hook, Line & Sinker

9.             Hole In Your Heart

10.          Sleep

 

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