Papa Roach Drops 'Swerve' Music Video Featuring FEVER 333 and Sueco


Papa Roach shared the music video for their new song "Swerve," which features FEVER 333 and Sueco, and it will make you want to hop in your car and follow the guys as they cruise down the street in their bright pink convertible.

"Swerve" is likely the first taste of Papa Roach's forthcoming new album, which follows the release of their Greatest Hits Vol. 2: The Better Noise Years.

In a statement, Papa Roach frontman Jacoby Shaddix explained of the song and music video, "This track came at the very end of the writing process for our upcoming album and truly feels like the culmination of years of experimenting with our sound coming back to a new version of Papa Roach. Filming this music video with Jason and Sueco was one of the most fun experiences we've had and I am so excited to share it with the world."

Sueco added, "This is one of the favorite songs I've ever made. Papa Roach has been an inspiration of mine since I was a kid, so working with them was super dope and a dream come true!"

FEVER 333 frontman Jason Aalon Butler also said of the collaboration, "I've said it before and I'll say it again — this band has somehow managed to be a legacy AND relevant all at once. So, naturally, when I got the call to hop on this track there was no question. With Sueco doing his thing, the track's got three different vibes that all work together. This s*** is different and that's exactly what rock needs. More DIFFERENT s***. Thanks to these modern legends for making sure it happened."

Papa Roach is hitting the road with Breaking Benjamin this September, as they make their away across the country stopping in cities including Columbus, Toledo, Scranton, Myrtle Beach and more, and wraps up in Orlando at the Rebel Rock Festival.


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