Direct from the suburban jungles of Melbourne via the crumbling laneways of Kolkata. The artist who first brought 'Banglish' (Bengali-English) pop to TV (Better Call Saul) and video games (Far Cry 4) takes his unique sound to the next level on his new self-titled EP.

"I can't stop listening to it."
- Nanobot Rock


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Growing up with a stereo blasting everything from Asha Bhosle to Tupac Shakur, Shourov has taken his own surprising route to success.

During a decade fronting cult sensation The Bombay Royale, he has gained both critical acclaim and a global following for his unique sound - a ground-breaking synthesis of Bengali lyrics and melodies with classic pop hooks and innovative beat-making.

Along the way, his multi-dimensional storytelling attracts a host of superb collaborators, launching the listener on a journey from East to West to the very frontiers of a fresh new genre for a new decade.

The Bombay Royale


"For those who like The Bombay Royale, this is a hell of a step forward .... I can't stop listening." - Nanobot Rock

"After we played it against picture, I think the room was silent... Shortly after that, we said - That was perfect.” - Vince Gilligan explains why he licensed Henna Henna for Netflix show Better Call Saul.

"A spectacle ... Dr. Dre meets Dr. No" - Rolling Stone USA names The Bombay Royale as one of Ten New Artists You Need To Know

"Epicness" - BBC6 Music reviews The Bombay Royale at Glastonbury

"Funky ... definitely danceable" - Wall Street Journal interviews Shourov about his musical influences


'My music is just an expression of who I am.'