Papa Roach Release Colorful Music Video for ‘Top of the World’


Papa Roach vocalist Jacoby Shaddix – Story by Charles Ken, photo by Anne Erickson

Jacoby Shaddix cruises down a neon city street in the new Papa Roach video for “Top of the World”

While fans are stuck at home and self-isolating due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Papa Roach has unveiled a new music video for “Top of the World,” a song that appears on the band’s latest studio album, “Who Do You Trust?”

The colorful video, which you can watch below via YouTube, depicts frontman Jacoby Shaddix cruising down a brightly-lit road, with the large city spinning around him. Papa Roach says they conceptualized and filmed the video before the coronavirus pandemic, but they hope it will “bring some hope to everyone” during this difficult and isolating time.

“Isolation can be a scary thing,” the band said in a statement. “It can lead us to a lot of dark thoughts. It can make you think about going back to the bottle, or suicidal thoughts.”

“Although most of us are in a self-quarantine situation, that doesn’t mean we need to shut others out,” they added. “If you need help, talk to someone. We will all rise up like we always do as humans. Just wanted you all to know it’s gonna be okay.”

“Who Do You Trust?” arrive in January 2019 and marked Papa Roach’s 10th studio album. The album has snagged a handful of rock radio hits, including the title track, “Elevate” and “Come Around.”

Charles Ken
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