Attic Theory Unveils Dynamic Single ‘Papier-Mâché’ with Kevin Martin of Candlebox

Alternative groove rockers, Attic Theory, continue their streak of musical prowess with the release of their third single, ‘Papier-Mâché,’ a tantalizing taste from their forthcoming debut album ‘What We Fear The Most.’ The track features a special appearance by Kevin Martin, the iconic lead singer of Candlebox, a multi-platinum selling rock band renowned for hits like ‘Far Behind’ and ‘You.’


With over seven million albums sold worldwide, Candlebox stands as a rock juggernaut, currently on tour with 3 Doors Down and gearing up for the release of their final studio album, ‘The Long Goodbye.’ This collaboration marks a momentous union of musical talents. Frontman Lewis Wright sheds light on the song’s essence, stating, “The ‘Papier-Mâché’ lyrics delve into the concept of concealing one’s true self beneath a thinly veiled metaphorical facade, influenced by the misguided belief imposed by someone close, dictating how one should behave. The solution prescribed is heavy medication and suppression of dissenting emotions. My message is about finding the inner strength to shed that mask, refusing to be defined by the past or anyone else’s expectations.”

The animated music video, created by Studface Productions, draws inspiration from ‘One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest’ and unfolds in a dilapidated asylum, representing outdated perspectives on mental health. It serves as a powerful visual metaphor, signifying society’s evolution beyond antiquated viewpoints. Lewis expresses his admiration for Kevin Martin, sharing, “Having our friend Kevin Martin of Candlebox on this track is an immense honor. I’ve long admired his musical prowess and have been a fervent fan of his band. This is undoubtedly a fanboy moment for me, a box ticked off my bucket list.”

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