New album Run Kitty Run set for worldwide release August 11th, 2017!

PREVIEW JUST RELEASED! The first single Ballygunge from upcoming album RUN KITTY RUN takes you back to an imagined future where love survives in a landscape of ruined buildings, towering spaceports and robot lovers. Turn it ALL THE WAY UP.

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Jul 23rd Splendour in the Grass
Byron Bay, NSW
Aug 4th Run Kitty Run Album Launch
Max Watts, Melbourne VIC
Gig poster / Tickets
Aug 11th Sziget Festival
Budapest, Hungary
Aug 13th Festival du Chant Marin
Paimpol, France
Sep 2nd Theatre Royal, Castlemaine VIC
Sep 28th Hawthorn Arts Centre, Hawthorn VIC


" ... a self-mythologizing song-and-dance spectacle ..." - Rolling Stone USA features the Bombay Royale in 10 New Artists You Need To Know

"Epicness ..." - BBC6 Music



The Bombay Royale are creators of a fresh new musical genre originally inspired by the soundtracks of vintage Bollywood and drawing on a wide range of influences - from 60s rock and 70s funk and disco to the classical and folk music of India. They have taken their unique sound to festival and club audiences all over the world.

Their debut album You Me Bullets Love went to #1 on the iTunes World Music charts and their second album The Island of Dr Electrico was licensed in films, video games and TV shows.

In mid-2017 the band will unleash its trademark sound yet again and set off on a global safari with their new album Run Kitty Run.


The Skipper Andy Williamson

Mysterious Lady Parvyn Kaur Singh

The Tiger Shourov Bhattacharya

The Bandit Priest. Matty Vehl

Dr Electrico. Declan Jones

The Railways Mogul Tom Martin

Widow X Ros Jones

Leaping Shaman Jules Goyma

Jewel Thief Josh Bennett

Chip Chase Ed Fairlie

Kommisar Medvedev Andre Lobanov


For all bookings, licensing and all enquiries, email thebombayroyale@gmail.com. The Bombay Royale is signed to Hopestreet Recordings (info@hopestreetrecordings.com).

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"The Bombay Royale makes an exhilarating return with their second album." - ABC

"It’s funky, surfy, brassy and definitely danceable ..." - India Real Time, Wall Street Journal