Royal Republic are heading back to London for a headline show at The Garage on 7 October.
The Swedish rockers, who played the main stage at at Download in June, last appeared in the capital when they supported Theory of a Deadman in March.
“A wise group once said: ‘Being in a band is like being in a relationship, and concerts are like sex’. The return to Download Festival was nothing short of orgasmic on our part, and by the time Royal Republic hit the shores of the UK again in October, the nymphomania will know no limits,” says singer-guitarist Adam Grahn.
The band, also featuring guitarist Hannes Irengård, bassist Jonas Almén, and drummer Per Andreasson, are still flying the flag for current album ‘Weekend Man’ released earlier this year. The follow-up to 2010’s ‘We Are The Royal’ and 2012’s ‘Save The Nation’ was recorded at Fuzz Factory Studios in Berlin with producers Christian Neander and Michael Tibes.
It has already given the band formed in Malmö in late 2007 three new singles: ”Baby’, ‘Uh Huh’, and now ‘Any Given Sunday’.