Royal Pirates James speaks about his injury + explains the meaning of ‘Runaway’ MV

There were more to the 'Shield' scene! James speaks about the reason why they incorporated the scene!

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Royal Pirates have been gaining great reviews for their latest comeback rock album 3:3. Fans have been stating how the ‘Runaway’ MV and song is so much different from their earlier ones and there have been theories on what the MV symbolises.

James took down to his personal account to explain the meaning of the ‘Shield’ scene in the ‘Runaway’ MV and it relates to his injury. Fans of Royal Pirates know about how the comeback of Royal Pirates was postponed due to James injury. Apple of The Eye, the company under which Royal Pirates are, had informed the fans about how James had got injured but seems like the injury was more serious than it was informed about.

In the their comeback MV, James can be seen crushing his bass guitar which was a goodbye to the instrument that he had been playing for years as he can no longer play it due to his injury. Fans have been wondering on how serious his injury was to make him stop playing bass and On his Instagram post, James explained more about his incident and the after affects. In James own words, read the post below.

 

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You are truly amazing James and real heroes are the one who wins the untold battles! We will keep cheering for you!

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