Royal Headache

Interviews

Royal Headache Is Dead, Long Live Shogun

With his new project Shogun & The Sheets, the once-inscrutable frontman of the late Royal Headache is ditching all the punk and all the bullshit of his old band.
Shaad D’Souza
10.17.18
Q&A

NASHO is the Western Sydney Hardcore Band We’ve Been Waiting For

Ex-Royal Headache, Dispossessed and Good Throb members unite for a hardcore punk takedown.
Triana Hernandez
10.26.17
Essays

From Cold Chisel to Craft Beer: The Gentrification of Pub Rock

Young bands sporting mullets and boogying to classic rock are met with scepticism from some, for others they're a continuation of an Australian tradition.
Vincent Dwyer
9.25.17
Photographs

Reckless Zine Pushes You to the Front of Australia's Punk Scene

A new photo zine captures the snarl of bands such as Power, Royal Headache, NUN, and Total Control.
Tim Scott
8.18.17
Premiere

TV Crime’s Ragged But Sweet Punk Bursts Like a Trident Splash

Clock out and turn up the Nottingham band's exuberant punk/pub rock.
Tim Scott
7.20.17
New music

Twin Cities Power Pop Super Group Private Interests Play Loud-Fast-Brash

Listen to some power pop done with a punchier and punkier edge.
Tim Scott
10.22.16
Internet Exploring

Watch Royal Headache Perform on 'Late Night with Seth Meyers'

Yes, Shogun wore a dinner jacket for the band’s debut US network television appearance.
Noisey Staff
7.21.16
Internet Exploring

Watch Royal Headache Perform on 'Late Night with Seth Meyers'

Yes, Shogun wore a dinner jacket for the band’s debut US network television appearance.
Noisey Staff
7.21.16
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Watch Royal Headache Slay On the Big Stage at Primavera Sound

Check the Sydney band performing “High” and “Another Word” at the Barcelona festival earlier this month.
Noisey Staff
6.25.16
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Watch Royal Headache Slay On the Big Stage at Primavera Sound

Check the Sydney band performing “High” and “Another Word” at the Barcelona festival earlier this month.
Noisey Staff
6.25.16
New music

The Royal Sitars Are the World’s First and Only Royal Headache Sitar Tribute Band

Take a listen to the mysterious bands Indian interpretations of ‘Eloise’ and ‘Distant and Vague’.
Noisey Staff
6.23.16
we saw this

Raise Your Boot For Tyrannamen, The Garage Rockers Who Stole the Show at Golden Plains

Ahead of their hometown album launch this weekend we caught up with the Melbourne rockers to find out about their Golden Plains performance.
Tim Scott
3.30.16
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