Palaye Royale’s lead vocalist Remington Leith was tackled by security at their show in Inverness, Scotland this evening.

Just like a few weeks ago, the incident occurred when Leith went into the crowd.

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The frontman took to his Instagram story to share his thoughts and a few photos of the aftermath.

“Security tackled me tonight and tried to hold me down during the show when I went into the crowd,” Leith says. “They held me down into the stairs and bruised me quite a bit.”

“Trying to perform and they treat me like a criminal,” Leith continues.

You can check out Leith’s injuries in the photos shared to his story below.

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Additionally, Leith and the band shared a few more of their thoughts on Twitter. Despite the venue’s security, the band claimed that they had a great time playing to their Scotland fans.

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Recently, Palaye Royale have had some major issues involving security. Just a few weeks ago, the band were forced to end their show after Leith went into the crowd.

The band were not informed prior that if they went into the crowd that the show would be forced to end, they said in a tweet.

Palaye Royale were supporting Enter Shikari at the show along with Black Peaks. The venue has not tweeted about the incident as of press time.

You can view Palaye’s remaining dates with Enter Shikari below and pick up tickets here.


01/26 – Preston @ Preston Guild Hall
01/28 – Northhampton @ Roadmender
01/29 – Southhampton @ O2 Guildhall
01/30 – Cambridge @ Corn Exchange
02/01 – Birmingham @ O2 Academy
02/02 – Leeds @ O2 Academy
02/03 – Manchester @ Academy
02/04 – Newcastle @ O2 Academy

What do you think of Palaye Royale’s latest incident with security? Sound off in the comments below.

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