“It just felt like a song I was supposed to sing,” Hayley Williams said about “Stay The Night,” her new track with Zedd.
Paramore announced today (Aug. 22) that they’ll be breaking in to the music cruise trend — previously reserved for older, washed-up types (pun intended) — with a four-day concert cruise aptly dubbed Parahoy.
American Charli XCX fans will have to wait just a little longer to see the singer on this side of the Atlantic again.
It must have been a very busy day for Paramore. The band had to squeeze in a North American tour announcement while making breakfast.
The great thing about New York City is everything, at one point or another, used to be something else. The building on the corner that houses hundreds of people could have been a clinic used […]
Many bands start young – rock’n’roll is not a profession for the elderly. Such is true for Paramore, which was founded before frontwoman Hayley Williams was even old enough to (legally) drive a car. So when one considers that it’s now nine years later, it makes sense that the most striking thing about Paramore’s new album is that it perfectly captures the sound of a band growing up and, after some struggles, finding itself.
Launching their long-awaited self-titled fourth album, Paramore released the stark, post-apocalyptic video for the first single, “Now.” As a follow-up, singer Hayley Williams, guitarist Taylor York and bassist Jeremy Davis have done a complete about-face with a full-color and fun house party for the album’s second single, “Still into You.”
Hayley Williams and Paramore are returning to the music scene in a big way this year, with the band releasing their self-titled fourth album, their first in since Brand New Eyes in 2009.
For those music fans bummed not to be among the fray hitting showcases along the Sixth Street corridor, SXSW 2013 is offering an array of live online streams broadcasting the action as it happens.
As Paramore continue to stir excitement with their triumphant alt-rock return, the trio has released a video to accompany, “Now,” the first single from their upcoming self-titled album.