Royal Distortion are a rocking quartet from Venice Beach, California dealing in ‘80s influenced pop-rock with grungy nods to Blondie, U2, and Red Hot Chili Peppers.

The band’s debut single “Hole In My Life,” taken from their forthcoming project Mysteries, was recorded, mixed and produced by Kyle Hoffmann (Bush, Grey Daze, Lacuna Coil) at NRG Studios is out now via Grunge Pop Records.

Watch the video for “Hole In My Life” below:

Royal Distortion are the only house band that the world-famous Whisky A Go-Go has had in the last two decades. The band have repeatedly sold out the legendary venue on The Sunset Strip in Los Angeles, where previous house bands included The Doors, Van Halen, and Guns N’ Roses.

On the video for “Hole In My Life,” frontwoman Isis Queen (Barb Wire Dolls) states:

“We really wanted to start a Blondie cover band at one point, but we were writing so much of our own material. So we just jumped into creating our own sound that was inspired by lots of bands as we all have different tastes in music. Some heavier and some softer. I think a bit of Blondie snuck into our sound, too.

So here we are. Just ourselves making our own version of what we love to do. And this video was filmed at one of our sold out shows at Whisky A Go-Go by George Reed of Esoteric Films. Ps: Royal Distortion is a band! Enjoy!”

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