Papa Roach reveal new video for ‘Elevate’

Ahead of their UK tour, the band have shared the psychedelic visuals to accompany their latest single.

lternative rock quartet Papa Roach launch the official music video for Elevate, taken from their latest album Who Do You Trust? via E7M (Eleven Seven Music). “Elevate is about someone who is stuck in a depression and feels isolated and alone and is looking for something to bring them out of that,” says guitarist Jerry Horton

The band kick off the UK leg of their headlining Who Do You Trust? tour on 13 April in Southampton. The London O2 Forum show on 17 April is sold out, and as supporters of new upcoming bands, Papa Roach have also added Manchester’s Hot Milk to that date. Due to huge demand they have added a second London show on 18 April. In addition to Nothing More, who are support for the whole tour, British rock band A have been added as special guests for this extra date.

Papa Roach have collaborated with the charity Young Minds for the 18 April, and £1 from each ticket will go to the charity. There will be an option to donate more during the booking process. Young Minds are leading the fight for a future where all young minds are supported and empowered whatever the challenges.

See Papa Roach on their UK tour next month (w/ Nothing More supporting)
13 April – O2 Guildhall, Southampton
14 April – Great Hall, Exeter
15 April – O2 Academy, Bristol
17 April – O2 Forum, London
18 April – O2 Forum, London
20 April – O2 Academy, Manchester
21 April – O2 Academy, Leeds
23 April – O2 Academy, Newcastle
24 April – Usher Hall, Edinburgh
25 April – Music Hall, Aberdeen
27 April – UEA, Norwich
28 April – Rock City, Nottingham
29 April – O2 Academy, Birmingham

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