Detroit, MI’s We Came As Romans is now premiering their fun, “super hero” themed music video for “Who Will Pray?” via Kerrang!

The song comes from the band’s self-titled, fourth full-length album, which is out now on Equal Vision Records. The album was recorded with multi-platinum award winning producer David Bendeth (Bring Me The Horizon, Paramore, Of Mice and Men), and is now available through MerchNOW, iTunes, Spotify and more.

On the new album, We Came As Romans confidently shows off a newfound sense of maturity, camaraderie, depth, and a balanced understanding of the world around them, through the intense juxtaposition of the beauty and harsh injustices of growing up and experiencing life for all that it is. We Came As Romans has not only found themselves on the new album, but they’ve found each other and have banded together to take on the world around them – with a massive and dedicated army of fans in tow.

After an absolutely massive year, We Came As Romans will wrap up their final tour of the year, a UK/European run with Japan’s One OK Rock, next week in Amsterdam.

2015 found the band with a Top 10 album debut on the Billboard Top 200 (their second time achieving the impressive feat), and nearly non-stop touring around the world – including multiple tours of the UK, Europe, and US, as well as dates in Russia, Singapore, China, and Australia. The band also saw success with the release of their lead single “The World I Used To Know” that was instantly met with the praise of fans and critics alike and which saw official adds on radio stations such as SiriusXM Octane, CIMX-FM Detroit, WIIL-FM Chicago, KPNT-FM St. Louis, WIYY-FM Baltimore and more.

We Came As Romans made an appearance at the 2015 Alternative Press Music Awards, where they presented the award for Best Music Video; And was featured at an official Meet The Musician event at the Apple Store in SoHo, which included a Q&A with the band, moderated by Revolver Magazine, and an acoustic performance.

“Who Will Pray?” is the third song from the album that’s received an official music video, following “Regenerate” and “The World I Used To Know”, which were both filmed in the band’s hometown.