Boston’s Royale to host Highly Suspect

Boston’s Royale Nightclub will host Brooklyn-based indie rock trio Highly Suspect on Saturday, Aug. 12 at 7 p.m. The Grammy-nominated three-piece will be joined by special guests And The Kids and DJ Redbees.

Highly Suspect is touring in continued support of sophomore studio long-player, The Boy Who Died Wolf. The album, which emerged in November 2016 on 300 Entertainment, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Alternative Albums chart and No. 28 on the Billboard 200. Lead single “My Name Is Human,” earned the band a nomination for Best Rock Song at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards. A second single, “Little One,” was later released.

Mister Asylum, the trio’s debut full-length, dropped in July 2015 on 300 Entertainment and gave birth to not one, but two Top 10 Mainstream Rock hits: “Lydia” and “Bloodfeather.” The album was produced by Joel Hamilton, who previously worked with the likes of the Black Keys and Elvis Costello. Mister Asylum garnered the band two Grammy nominations for Best Rock Song and Best Rock Album.

Also on the bill is critically acclaimed local act And The Kids. The indie rock band is supporting their latest LP, Friends Share Lovers, which was released back in June 2016 through Signature Sounds.

DJ Redbees, otherwise known as Tim Murphy, will hype the crowd by spinning some hand-picked tunes before Highly Suspect take the stage.

Tickets can be purchased for $25 here at Doors open at 6 p.m. for the 18 & over event. Royale is located at 279 Tremont Street in Boston, Massachusetts. For more information, visit Highly Suspect’s website, And The Kids’ website, and Royale’s website.