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Palaye Royale Remove Touring Member Daniel Curcio Following Allegations Of Misconduct

Touring bassist Daniel Curcio “no longer works” for Palaye Royale, according to a statement from the band.

Following allegations of misconduct online, Palaye Royale have released a statement to announce that touring bassist Daniel Curcio “no longer works” for the band.

The trio – Remington Leith, Sebastian Danzig and Emerson Barrett – write they are “extremely disappointed by the actions” of the touring musician, who has not only been playing live with them since 2018, but also reportedly has writing credits on Palaye’s latest album, The Bastards.

Read Palaye Royale’s full statement below:

“Please note; Daniel Curcio no longer works for Palaye Royale.

Palaye Royale have always been the three members. We are extremely disappointed in the actions of one of our touring musicians.

His decisions are not in any way a reflection on us, we have worked our whole lives to achieve where we are today.

Under no circumstances will we allow misconduct to anyone especially our fans; safety is our number one priority.”

Posted on June 12th 2020, 11:09am
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