Watch Papa Roach in brand new video for Elevate

Papa Roach

Papa Roach have released a video for their new single Elevate.

The track has been taken from the band’s latest album Who Do You Trust?, which launched in January this year via Elven Seven Music.

Check out the Caleb Mallery-directed promo below.

Who Do You Trust? followed hot on the heels of the band’s 2017 album Crooked Teeth, with frontman Jacoby Shaddix previously explaining to Rock Sound: "We were supposed to go on tour with Of Mice And Men at the beginning of the Crooked Teeth cycle – and former vocalist Austin Carlile got really sick, so the tour was cancelled. 

“We were, like, ‘If we're not going to be out on the road, let's go create.' So we went in and created five or six songs. Then we went back in June and July and took another stab at it. We have 12 songs – there's bangers in there." 

Papa Roach are gearing up for their UK tour (opens in new tab), which will get under way in Southampton on April 13.

Papa Roach: Who Do You Trust? (opens in new tab)

Papa Roach: Who Do You Trust? (opens in new tab)
Hot on the heels of 2017's Crooked Teeth comes Who Do You Trust?, the new album from Papa Roach. The record features the lead singles Renegade Music, Not The Only One, Elevate and the title track.

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