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Jacoby Shaddix On One Of Papa Roach’s New Songs: “It’s Got A Bit Of Enter Shikari-Ness To It”

Jack Rogers
Jack Rogers 6 July 2020 at 14.59

Doesn't that sound wonderful?

Papa Roach have been working hard on writing a follow-up to 18's 'Who Do You Trust?' 

In our recent Video Call with frontman Jacoby Shaddix he revealed one particular song they have been working on has a very unique sound to it...

"We went in and worked on this track called ‘Bloodline’. We got in a room together and the dialogue was ‘If we made something that’s just safe right now it doesn’t seem right’. We had to make something that expresses how unhinged and unglued we feel. Safe just wasn’t the mode. We went in and wrote this track that’s just like P Roach/System of A Down meets Devo.

"We walked away and played it for my wife and my kids and they were like ‘That’s fire’. It’s almost in a sense got a bit of Enter Shikari-ness to it. I’ve been a big fan of those guys and just how kind of kooky they are. They’ve always been nuts. They’ve been an influence on me as a creative person for years. Not to say that the whole record will sound like that because we never sound like one thing."

Well, doesn't that sound absolutely wonderful! 

You can check out the full video below:

The band recently released a video for 'Feel Like Home', taken from the band's latest album 'Who Do You Trust?':

You can also grab the album on lovely coloured vinyl from EMP. Get it right HERE

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