PAPA ROACH Releases Music Video For 'Not The Only One'

PAPA ROACH Releases Music Video For 'Not The Only One'

PAPA ROACH has released the official music video for "Not The Only One", taken from the band's latest album, "Who Do You Trust?" The clip was shot in Aberdeen and Leeds on PAPA ROACH's recent headline tour of the U.K. by director Bryson Roatch.

Singer Jacoby Shaddix said: "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 on a few rides on our latest U.K. tour, which obviously gave us incredible scenery. It's the perfect vibe for the song."

With over six million streams globally, "Not The Only One" is already proving to be one of their most popular live tracks.

After standing in for THE PRODIGY at Sonic Temple festival in Columbus, Ohio, where PAPA ROACH treated fans to a stonking version of "Firestarter", the California rockers return to Europe for a string of festival and headline dates before heading back home for the "Who Do You Trust?" U.S. summer headline tour, starting in Dallas on July 27 through to Las Vegas on September 1, which will feature an all-new production inspired by the album.

"Who Do You Trust?" features the band's signature heavy rhythmic guitars and catchy hooks on the title track and "Renegade Music", with "Not The Only One" supplying melody and emotionally charged lyrics. The album is produced by Nick "RAS" Furlong and Colin Cunningham except for "Top Of The World", which is produced by Jason Evigan.

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