Papa Roach release video for ‘Broken As Me’ (feat. Asking Alexandria’s Danny Worsnop)

Papa Roach just dropped a new video for  ‘Broken As Me (featuring Danny Worsnop from Asking Alexandria)’ via Better Noise Music. The video is being released in support of Chicago’s JBTV, as the legendary studio seeks to find a new studio location and get back on its feet after the pandemic devastated music venues across the world.
Papa Roach is included in a long list of bands – others of which include Twenty One Pilots, Arctic Monkeys, Fall Out Boy, Portugal The Man – for whom JBTV provided early career support. When Papa Roach heard about the studio’s situation, they wanted to do their part to help shine a light on the city of Chicago and also thank JBTV for their help in promoting global talent over the last 30 years. They’re doing so by sharing this footage from this 2015 performance at the JBTV studios.
In a statement JBTV’s President, Michael Harnett, said: “We at JBTV like many other music venues and promoters during the pandemic have seen our businesses disappear. The thing that has kept us all going is the support of our fans and the artists we have worked with. Papa Roach along with their record company and management team are at the top of the list of these artists and we are humbled by their support in reaching out to us to assist in raising funds to rebuild our studio and soundstage where over 700 bands/artists have performed. We thank everyone who has supported us and these great artists. If you can help us in rebuilding we would be extremely grateful if you cannot then please enjoy ‘Broken As Me’ and go see a show!”.
To support JBTV’s building of a new soundstage/studio and help them continue to promote talent in the Chicago area and globally, please donate here: 
‘Broken As Me (featuring Danny Worsnop from Asking Alexandria)’ is taken from the band’s ‘Greatest Hits, Vol. 2: The Better Noise Years’ retrospective compilation that was released in March to celebrate Papa Roach’s consistent reign as one of the leading rock bands of modern times.

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