Papa Roach Share “Renegade Music” Live Video

Papa Roach have shared a new live video for “Renegade Music” off their latest album “Who Do You Trust?.” The clip was filmed during the band’s April 29 set in Birmingham, England.

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Watch Papa Roach Perform An Acoustic Version Of “Come Around”

Papa Roach have shared footage of themselves performing an acoustic version of their song “Come Around.” The original version of the track appears on the band’s latest album “Who Do You Trust?.”

Papa Roach Premiere “Not The Only One” Music Video

Papa Roach have premiered a new video for their song “Not The Only One.“ This track is from the band’s latest album “Who Do You Trust?.“ Jacoby Shaddix commented:

“I love to get out on my bike to get the blood pumping and see the sights in town before we hit the stage — so I took a camera out and rocked the song. Shot it with Bryson [Roatch] on a few rides on our latest U.K. tour, which obviously gave us incredible scenery. It’s the perfect vibe for the song.”

Papa Roach Plan To Celebrate 20th Anniversary Of “Infest” in 2020

During a recent interview with Z93, Jacoby Shaddix confirmed that Papa Roach are planning to celebrate the 20th anniversary of “Infest“ next year. That effort will officially turn 20 on April 25, 2020.

Shaddix said the following:

“2020, we’re going to celebrate the 20-year anniversary of our album ‘Infest‘. And so, April 25th, 2020, we will be having a celebration.”

In the same interview, the singer also talked about the album’s hit single “Last Resort“ and the inspration behind it:

“Music can be a bright spot to people — it can be a source of strength; it can be a source of hope to people and Papa Roach has been a source of strength and hope to people out there.

Our first single, ‘Last Resort‘, was about… One of my best friends, he tried to kill himself. We lived in a house together. I’m 17 years old, and my best friend tried to kill himself. And it was a traumatic experience. I sing the song from a first-person point of view just to make it… this is how I write music. It’s just crazy how many people have used that song as a source of strength.

This music is purpose-driven, and I know that there’s a reason why I’m here on this planet creating music and creating art with my brothers in Papa Roach.”

[via Blabbermouth]

Papa Roach Pay Tribute To Keith Flint With Live Cover Of The Prodigy’s “Firestarter” At Sonic Temple Art & Music Festival

During their May 18 set at the Sonic Temple Art & Music Festival in Columbus, OH, Papa Roach performed a cover of The Prodigy’s “Firestarter” in honor of the late Keith Flint. You can see footage of that below. The Prodigy were previously booked to perform at the festival, but Papa Roach took their place after Flint’s tragic death.