Palaye Royale post “Nightmares In Paradise” from ‘Paradise City’ soundtrack

Alt-rockers Palaye Royale have premiered “Nightmares In Paradise,” a remix of their previously unleashed track “Nightmares” from their 2020 album ‘The Bastards.’ The track was recorded exclusively for the official soundtrack to the recently premiered TV series ‘Paradise City’ — stream the new tune below.

Frontman Remington Leith (who also provided all the vocals for the show’s main protagonist, Johnny Faust and his band, The Relentless) states, “This was the actual original version of the song “Nightmares” before we decided to take it in a different direction for The Bastards release. You can see where our heads were first at. This song is about trying to make the best of fighting off your demons and embracing the issues you have and wearing them on your sleeve.


Here’s more info from a presser, “Paradise City, premiered on Amazon Prime Video on March 25th. Set in Los Angeles, Paradise City chronicles the lives of rock star and frontman of The Relentless, Johnny Faust and a young rookie kid, Simon, who idolizes him as they collide through their broken homes built by the music business. The series was created by Ash Avildsen (Hit Parader/Sumerian Films), son of Academy Award winner John Avildsen (Rocky, The Karate Kid), and is loosely based on his own life and estranged relationship with his father.

The ‘Paradise City’ cast includes: Bella Thorne, Andy Biersack, the late Cameron Boyce, Booboo Stewart, Olivia Culpo, Drea de Matteo, Perrey Reeves, Fairuza Balk, Ben Bruce, Mark Boone Junior, Brittany Furlan, Natalie Eva Marie, Amanda Steele, and producer/rapper Hopsin.

The Relentless (‘Paradise City’)

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