Paramore Archives - Music Mayhem Magazine https://musicmayhemmagazine.com/tag/paramore/ Music News, Interviews, Photos, Reviews, and More Fri, 15 Jul 2022 14:23:50 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://musicmayhemmagazine.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/cropped-Wave_G-32x32.png Paramore Archives - Music Mayhem Magazine https://musicmayhemmagazine.com/tag/paramore/ 32 32 BREAKING: Paramore Announces Fall Headlining Tour https://musicmayhemmagazine.com/breaking-paramore-announces-fall-headlining-tour/ Fri, 15 Jul 2022 14:23:50 +0000 https://musicmayhemmagazine.com/?p=107356 Paramore is returning to the road! The band revealed the exciting tour news on Friday morning (July 15) via social media with a tour flyer, which they simply captioned, “Shows. Fall 2022.”  Produced by Live Nation, the group will deliver 12 special performances throughout North America this fall. The trek, which marks the band’s first …

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Paramore is returning to the road!

The band revealed the exciting tour news on Friday morning (July 15) via social media with a tour flyer, which they simply captioned, “Shows. Fall 2022.” 

Produced by Live Nation, the group will deliver 12 special performances throughout North America this fall. The trek, which marks the band’s first outing since 2018, kicks off in Bakersfield on October 2nd.

The tour makes stops across theaters in Omaha, Chicago, Toronto, and Atlanta as well as festival appearances at Austin City Limits, When We Were Young and Corona Capital Festival before wrapping up in St. Augustine on November 16th.

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These select shows offer fans a once in a lifetime opportunity to see Paramore in a range of intimate venues.

To ensure tickets get into the hands of fans, Paramore has partnered with Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan platform. Fans can register now HERE through Sunday, July 17 at 10pm PT for the Verified Fan presale.

Registered fans who receive a code will have access to purchase tickets before the general public on Wednesday, July 20 at 10am local time through Thursday, July 21 at 10pm local time. Only fans that have received a unique code will have the chance to purchase tickets for performances on a first come, first served basis. Public on sale begins Friday, July 22nd at 10am local time on paramore.net.

PARAMORE SHOW DATES
October 2, 2022 – Bakersfield, CA – Mechanics Bank Theater
October 4, 2022 – Magna, UT – The Great SaltAir
October 6, 2022 – Omaha, NE – Orpheum Theater Omaha
October 8, 2022 – Oklahoma City, OK – The Criterion
October 9, 2022 – Austin, TX – Austin City Limits^
October 11, 2022 – Chesterfield, MO – The Factory
October 14, 2022 – Bonner Springs, KS – Azura Amphitheater*
October 16, 2022 – Austin, TX – Austin City Limits^
October 22, 2022 – Las Vegas, NV – When We Were Young Festival^
October 23, 2022 – Las Vegas, NV – When We Were Young Festival^
October 29, 2022 – Las Vegas, NV – When We Were Young Festival^
November 7, 2022 – Toronto, ON – HISTORY
November 9, 2022 – Chicago, IL – The Chicago Theatre
November 11, 2022 – Cincinnati, OH – The Andrew J Brady Music Center
November 15, 2022 – Atlanta, GA – Tabernacle
November 16, 2022 – St. Augustine, FL – The St. Augustine Amphitheatre
November 19, 2022 – Mexico City, MX – Corona Capital Festival^

*Not a Live Nation Date
^Festival Date – Ticketmaster Verified Fan Presale Not Applicable

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Billie Eilish & Paramore’s Hayley Williams Sing “Misery Business” & “Happier Than Ever” At Coachella https://musicmayhemmagazine.com/billie-eilish-paramores-hayley-williams-sing-misery-business-happier-than-ever-at-coachella/ Sun, 24 Apr 2022 15:27:27 +0000 https://musicmayhemmagazine.com/?p=101781 Billie Eilish shocked the crowd with an unexpected performance alongside Paramore’s Hayley Williams during the second weekend of Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio, California on Saturday, April 23. In the midst of Eilish’s headlining Coachella set, Williams surprised fans by joining Eilish on stage to sing an acoustic rendition of Paramore’s 2007 …

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Billie Eilish shocked the crowd with an unexpected performance alongside Paramore’s Hayley Williams during the second weekend of Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio, California on Saturday, April 23.

In the midst of Eilish’s headlining Coachella set, Williams surprised fans by joining Eilish on stage to sing an acoustic rendition of Paramore’s 2007 hit, “Misery Business.”

“This is my first Coachella. Woah! Thanks for sharing this with me – this is sick!” Williams said after Eilish introduced her to the stage.

While sitting between FINNEAS and another guitarist, Eilish and Williams delivered an impressive performance of the fan-favorite Paramore tune. While sitting on stools center stage, Williams led the performance as she sang the first verse of “Misery Business,” Eilish sang the second and then the pair flawlessly blended their vocals together on the song’s chorus.

“Whoa, I never meant to brag / But I got him where I want him now / Whoa, it was never my intention to brag / To steal it all away from you now / But God, does it feel so good / ‘Cause I got him where I want him now / And if you could, then you know you would / ‘Cause God it just feels so / It just feels so good,” Eilish and Williams in perfect harmony on the chorus.

“Misery Business” is the lead single from Paramore’s second studio album, Riot!, and is a track that the band retired in 2018 due to one of its controversial lyrics, which Eilish skipped over while performing live.

Watch their collaborative performance that has fans across the internet swooning below.

https://youtu.be/eyytxJBroro

Later in the show, Williams rejoined Eilish onstage for a rockin’ performance of Eilish’s chart-topping hit, “Happier Than Ever.”

Williams entered the stage without introduction to sing the heavy part of “Happier Than Ever.”

“And I don’t talk shit about you on the internet / Never told anyone anything bad / ‘Cause that shit’s embarrassing, you were my everything / And all that you did was make me fucking sad,” the pair sang as the crowd roared the lyrics back to them. “So don’t waste the time I don’t have / And don’t try to make me feel bad / I could talk about every time that you showed up on time / But I’d have an empty line ’cause you never did / Never paid any mind to my mother or friends / So I shut ’em all out for you ’cause I was a kid / You ruined everything good / Always said you were misunderstood / Made all my moments your own / Just fucking leave me alone.”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CAw5ZcN8SqA

 

Paramore are currently working on their new album and are set to headline the upcoming When We Were Young Festival in October at the Las Vegas Festival Grounds.

Eilish is recently wrapped her massive headlining tour, and is preparing to take her Happier Than Ever World Tour overseas.

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My Chemical Romance, Paramore, A Day To Remember & More Among Star-Studded When We Were Young Festival https://musicmayhemmagazine.com/my-chemical-romance-paramore-a-day-to-remember-more-among-star-studded-when-we-were-young-festival/ Tue, 18 Jan 2022 20:11:25 +0000 https://musicmayhemmagazine.com/?p=96075 My Chemical Romance, Paramore, A Day To Remember, Avril Lavigne and more among the just-announced star-studded lineup for the inaugural When We Were Young Festival. The festival, which will take place on October 22 at Las Vegas Festival Grounds, will bring emo nostalgia to the Las Vegas strip with a stacked lineup that features all …

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My Chemical Romance, Paramore, A Day To Remember, Avril Lavigne and more among the just-announced star-studded lineup for the inaugural When We Were Young Festival.

The festival, which will take place on October 22 at Las Vegas Festival Grounds, will bring emo nostalgia to the Las Vegas strip with a stacked lineup that features all of your favorite bands from the 2000s.

The concert event is produced by Live Nation, who are promoting the festival as “channeling the ultimate 2000s nostalgia for the angsty hearts of emo/alternative music lovers.”

In addition to My Chemical Romance, Paramore, A Day To Remember and Lavigne, Jimmy Eat World, Bright Eyes, A Day to Remember, Bring Me the Horizon, Car Seat Headrest, as well as AFI, The Used, Taking Back Sunday, Dashboard Confessional, Alkaline Trio, Manchester Orchestra, Pierce the Veil, and The Story So Far will also perform. 

It doesn’t stop there either, the lineup also features Thursday, Hawthorne Heights, The All American Rejects, Boys Like Girls, 3OH!3, Senses Fail, Acceptance, Mayday Parade, Anberlin, We The Kings, The Wonder Years, PVRIS, The Starting Line, State Champs, Four Year Strong, and The Wonder Years.

Other acts taking the stage include LilHuddy, The Garden, Meet Me @ The Alter, Horrorpops, The Linda Lindas, Prentiss, and many more. See the full lineup below.

When We Were Young Festival 2022

Pre-sales for general admission, GA+, VIP, and VIP Cabana passes begin on Friday, January 21 at 10:00 a.m. PT.

General admission tickets go on sale on Friday, January 21 at 2:00 p.m. PT. You can purchase tickets HERE.

Hotel and ticket packages will also be available.

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Amazing Multi-Instrumentalist Ilan Rubin Reveals Details Behind New Album ‘Heart, Mind, Body & Soul’ https://musicmayhemmagazine.com/amazing-multi-instrumentalist-ilan-rubin-reveals-details-behind-new-album-heart-mind-body-soul/ Fri, 15 May 2020 06:49:32 +0000 https://musicmayhemmagazine.com/?p=65182 It is no secret that Ilan Rubin is one of the industry’s most sought after drummers as he has performed with the likes of Nine Inch Nails and Angels and Airwaves, as well as, recording drums for both Beck and Paramore. Rubin also has his own solo project The New Regime where he truly lets …

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It is no secret that Ilan Rubin is one of the industry’s most sought after drummers as he has performed with the likes of Nine Inch Nails and Angels and Airwaves, as well as, recording drums for both Beck and Paramore. Rubin also has his own solo project The New Regime where he truly lets his creative juices fly.

The New Regime has released a four-part EP release with each part respectively being titled Heart, Mind, Body, and Soul which then all culminated in the release of the brilliant full-length album connecting all the EP together titled Heart, Mind, Body & Soul which was released on March 6, 2020.

Rubin’s musicianship is mind-blowing as he learned to play every instrument that is tracked on the album, as well as, stepping out into the spotlight and becoming a frontman. Rubin definitely has his fair share of wild adventures over the course of his career, as he was the youngest ever musician to play on a Woodstock stage at just 11-years old, and also had an epic Grammy experience involving Sir Paul McCartney and Foo Fighter’s Dave Grohl to only name a few.

We caught up with Ilan Rubin to discuss details about The New Regime’s full-length album release, his creative process and so much more. Check out our full interview below:

Q: You released your EP Body, followed by the full-length album Heart, Mind, Body & Soul. Can you share with us what the recording process was like putting everything together and take one or two songs in particular and tell us about your mindset?

ILAN RUBIN: I have to think about it because there was so much material. I didn’t have the idea to record everything in EP’s or release it in sections initially, so I just recorded twenty songs and then picked sixteen of my favorites and then decided to release them in four-part chunks. So, there was a lot of material to go through and to be honest with you I had a great time recording all of it, but Heart, Mind, Body & Soul the song was one that I have been excited about since I wrote it and everything has a really similar fondness for me because it was all recorded at this really great studio right outside of El Paso, Texas, which is called Sonic Ranch.

It is this immense residential studio that is in the middle of a giant pecan farm and it’s the kind of place where it’s very remote and isolated and serene, but you have nothing to do but write, play and record and sleep, so it is always a very productive time being there and really by the time I get there I’m ready to hammer it all out. Everything has a similar mental experience for me when I look back on it.”

Q: We always wonder how much influence an area in which an album is recorded has on the final product, as many musicians tell us they love to escape various more remote areas to get the creative juices flowing.

IR: Yeah, everyone is different and I’m sure it affects some people more than others. I had all the music written by the time I got out there, but as I said, having nothing else to do and having access to great studios and great equipment is my kid in a candy store situation. I always pile on more than I should, so let’s say if I have a week there, I will try to get eight songs done because it takes a day to set everything up so that leaves about a song I have to do per day and it’s a non-stop process of being up by nine and working till about two or three in the morning and doing the same thing each day. I really pile on the work when I’m out there.

Q: Your skills as a multi-instrumentalist are mind-blowing. Can you share with us how you got started and continued to hone your craft?

IR: Long story, short, I’m the youngest of three brothers so by the time I got into music by brothers had already been into it for a few years and playing instruments, so when I picked up the drums which were the first instrument I gravitated towards, I was obsessed with them for years without really going in any other musical direction, but then I got my hands on a guitar and bass and I would get that same level of enthusiasm with every instrument I picked up. It was years and years in those formative stages that occurred in my early teens and I just put in the time and it was really what fascinated me and at fifteen I picked up the piano and really dedicated myself to that and it wasn’t until my late teens that I thought it’s great that I can play all these instruments well, but I’m missing the most important ingredient or piece to the puzzle which is singing. I thought if I can do that, then I can do everything by myself, so I forced myself to be able to write and record my own songs and it was the best choice I made. I really threw myself into it and that’s just how it works. I get fascinated with something and I just want to improve.”

Q: What is one of the biggest challenges you face with doing it all on your own? It must give you so much more freedom from a creative standpoint.

IR: It definitely gives me more creative freedom and honestly, it allows me to play a lot more prolific and proficient when it comes to recording. I’ve never had that situation where I’m scratching my head and saying ‘I don’t know where to take this song’ or what to do. I just have a very introverted personality especially when it comes to music. I’ve really just kind of seeing myself the way a composer would look at themselves … it’s a one-man job. Of course, when it comes to reproducing the stuff live you need a band and I love doing that as it’s the other side of the same coin. I love the creative aspect of just being by myself with writing and experimenting and coming out the other side with a song. When it comes to playing it live I do like getting in a room with guys and getting on the same page and recreating the music differently.

It has a different energy and different aggression to it, so I do enjoy both aspects. It’s tough to say because all of my favorites of all time have been collaborators especially my favorite composers. A lot of my favorite bands and solo artists have had some collaborators working with them but I just haven’t found that person yet … someone who’s bringing ideas to the table where I say ‘wow, that is fantastic!’ and that makes my idea better and it becomes an endeavor, but I just haven’t had that yet. For the time being it’s me … writing and recording and doing everything myself and that’s the best way for me.”

Q: In addition to your work with New Regime and working with other artists on their projects, what does the rest of 2020 hold in store for you?

IR: There is definitely some stuff in the works. I do have some other projects that I’m not able to discuss with my other affiliations. It’s still considered early in the year so what goes on later is still being determined.

Q: Is it hard for you to balance all of your various projects? They have got to keep you a very busy man!

IR: It’s not that it’s difficult, but it does provide unrelenting anxiety constantly! (laughs) You have those moments where everybody either wants to tour at the same time or I need to or want to tour at the same time, for example, the reason that New Regime supported Angels & Airwaves the last year was because when Tom (DeLonge) decided he finally wanted to play after seven years of not performing he had come to me at a time when Nine Inch Nails was wrapping up a tour and I had been in the middle of negotiating my deal with The Orchard so by the time Tom realized when he wanted to tour it just lined up where I knew I was going to be releasing music then and I was like, ‘look, I want to do it, but the only way I can be there every second is if the New Regime opens and I have new music coming out and need to support it’ so that’s how that happened and it ended up working out great.

I think it brought something great to the tour and the fans were extremely responsive and appreciative. It was a great experience and a great way to kick-off the album releases, but it was one of those times where I had underlying anxiety of ‘oh, sh*t, how’s this going to work out?’ and it did end up working out for the best. It’s not always that smooth and I’m certain there will be hiccups along the way. But, hey, these are good problems!”

Q: What has been one of your top “moments of mayhem” over the course of your career? We know that there is a fun Grammy story involving Paul McCartney and Dave Grohl!

IR: That was definitely a great experience. Basically, it was my first and only time performing at the Grammy’s and it was one of those live collaborative performances featuring Nine Inch Nails, Dave Grohl, Queens of the Stone Age and Lindsay Buckingham and that was cool enough as it was my only time at the Grammys so far and it was interesting … it was fun enough … not nearly as fun as people would think it is, but it was an experience and then after it, I was informed that we were invited to Paul McCartney’s after Grammys dinner party which was at this Italian restaurant and I thought they were joking because everyone knows I’m a Beatles fanatic but it ended up being true and I got to meet the man which was a life-altering experience for me and it was just an amazing time. He was such a cool guy and it was a completely unexpected event, but that was a million times better than playing the Grammys.

Q: I remember that year and performance! That was the year Nine Inch Nails closed it out and they started rolling the credits over the performance and us rock fans had a fit!

IR: That’s what was really sh*tty about it, but when it started and then they switched over to Queens of the Stone Age for whatever reason that’s when they started to roll the credits. I’m not saying that was intentional but it definitely felt like a slap in the face. So, that wasn’t cool for the Grammy part of the night, but meeting the man was better than anything! As for a “moment of mayhem,” I’m a pretty boring guy! I’m always working and writing and recording and touring!”

Q: Is there anything you “nerd out” over in your spare time such as books, movies, TV?

IR: I’m definitely into shows and movies … whatever is really good! My biggest fascination outside of music entirely is history, especially World War II, in particular, is my favorite. It’s the thing that keeps on giving as far as information and I think it is a pretty finite period of time, as there are millions of books keeping up with every last detail and perspective and I just find that fascinating. I love cracking open a book and just relaxing.”

 

 

 

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Paramore’s Next Album Will Return to Pop-Punk Roots Similar to The ‘Riot!’ Era https://musicmayhemmagazine.com/paramores-next-album-will-return-to-pop-punk-roots-similar-to-the-riot-era/ Mon, 11 May 2020 21:16:05 +0000 https://musicmayhemmagazine.com/?p=65108 Paramore frontwoman just released her debut solo, Petals For Armor, on May 8 and in a recent interview with NME, where she spoke how the band’s sound could now sound with her bandmates Zac Farro and Taylor York at the producing helm. “We’ve talked about it for sure. We’ve talked about who might be a …

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Paramore frontwoman just released her debut solo, Petals For Armor, on May 8 and in a recent interview with NME, where she spoke how the band’s sound could now sound with her bandmates Zac Farro and Taylor York at the producing helm.

“We’ve talked about it for sure. We’ve talked about who might be a cool producer, because both Taylor and Zac produce now. And we’ve talked about what styles of music we might want to fuck with. It’s funny, though, because we always do this and then we get in the car and take a complete left turn. It makes me excited because we literally just follow our whims and who knows where we’ll go? I think that’s what kept Paramore going all this time.”

Also in the interview with NME, Williams’ talked the future of Paramore’s sound and what is to come now that their After Laughter-era has ended.

“We’ve thought about [the next Paramore album],” Williams explained to the publication. “Taylor’s mentioned things like: ‘Oh, God, I miss guitars. We’ve found ourselves listening to a lot of older music that we grew up being inspired by. T and I liked stuff that was a bit more ratty sounding: The Rapture, Yeah Yeah Yeahs. All three of us loved Queens Of The Stone Age’s ‘Songs For The Deaf.’”

Paramore said that their next album will have guitars and bring the band back to their pop-punk roots.

“It’s a summer/winter thing,” Williams said. “When it’s winter you can’t wait to be sweating your balls off, and in the summer you’re like, ‘Fuck, I hate this!’ After making ‘After Laughter’ it’s like, ‘Okay, we’ve tried this on and it actually fits and feels great. Now let’s see what else we can do to fuck this up’. That excitement and curiosity that keeps us a band. We won’t let it happen unless we think it’s the coolest thing in the world, I mean, Paramore’s my favorite band. How dare I ever ruin it?”

Williams’ went on to reflect on the past and future of Paramore both emotionally and within music, talking the journey that it took for her and her bandmates to get where they are over the past decade.

“God, getting older is such a weird thing. It’s very nice to be able to grow up with these guys. We screwed around for a long time, and we made each other’s lives miserable for a time there, but we make each other better people. I’m pumped.”

The band last released their album, After Laughter, in 2017 which the band change to a more alternative rock vibe.

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Listen to Hayley Williams’ Debut ‘Petals For Armor’ track “Simmer” https://musicmayhemmagazine.com/listen-to-hayley-williams-debut-petals-for-armor-track-simmer/ Wed, 22 Jan 2020 19:31:18 +0000 https://musicmayhemmagazine.com/?p=60953 Today (Jan. 22), Hayley Williams gave fans the first taste of her new solo project, Petals For Armor, with the debut solo single “Simmer.” Accompanying the song is a very unique music video, which you can watch below. The Paramore frontwoman announced this solo project on her 31st Birthday, and continued to tease fans throughout …

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Today (Jan. 22), Hayley Williams gave fans the first taste of her new solo project, Petals For Armor, with the debut solo single “Simmer.” Accompanying the song is a very unique music video, which you can watch below.

The Paramore frontwoman announced this solo project on her 31st Birthday, and continued to tease fans throughout the last several weeks. Now, William’s first solo track “Simmer” is out and was written by Williams, Taylor York and Joey Howard, produced by Taylor York. York and Howard are also from Paramore. The music video was directed by Warren Fu with creative direction from Lindsey Byrnes and Williams.

“Simmer” is Williams’ first release since Paramore’s After Laughter album in 2017.

Watch the music video and listen to the new track “Simmer” below:

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Hayley Williams Announces Solo Single “Simmer” https://musicmayhemmagazine.com/hayley-williams-announces-solo-single-simmer/ Tue, 21 Jan 2020 03:35:23 +0000 https://musicmayhemmagazine.com/?p=60821 Hayley Williams solo project is coming, debuting with her new single “Simmer,” which comes later this week on January 22nd as William’s announced today. “my first offering: ‘SIMMER’ drops 1.22.20, see you then.” she wrote on Twitter with an accompanied video teaser. my first offering: “SIMMER”, drops 1.22.20 see you then? https://t.co/n8ApORvDIX — hayley from …

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Hayley Williams solo project is coming, debuting with her new single “Simmer,” which comes later this week on January 22nd as William’s announced today.

“my first offering: ‘SIMMER’ drops 1.22.20, see you then.” she wrote on Twitter with an accompanied video teaser.

The Paramore frontwoman previous announced that she had new music coming on January 22nd but nothing else was announced but that, the music comes as part of her new projects called, Petals For Armor. Today (Jan. 20), Williams’ unveiled the debut solo single title. This new project’s song “Simmer” will mark the first new music from Williams’ since the release of Paramore’s 2017 album, After Laughter.

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Hayley Williams Reveals Solo Music Release Date and Name https://musicmayhemmagazine.com/hayley-williams-reveals-solo-music-release-date-and-name/ Tue, 07 Jan 2020 01:39:00 +0000 https://musicmayhemmagazine.com/?p=60128 After announcing that she will be releasing a solo project, Hayley Williams has now officially revealed that her solo music will be coming out on January 22nd, 2020. After teasing fans lastnight (Jan. 5) with three black squares being posted on both Williams’ account and Petals For Armor’s account on Instagram. Williams made the announcement …

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After announcing that she will be releasing a solo project, Hayley Williams has now officially revealed that her solo music will be coming out on January 22nd, 2020. After teasing fans lastnight (Jan. 5) with three black squares being posted on both Williams’ account and Petals For Armor’s account on Instagram.

Williams made the announcement via cryptic teasers including an Instagram account, posters around in Nashville/New York and video teasers on social media. The posters were photos of Williams with her new solo projects name ‘Petals for Armor’ and a website link.

Fans then checked out the website listed on the posters which was, petalsforarmor.com, the website has the same cryptic video seen on the Petals For Armor social media profiles which is a dark sky with a bright moon and heavy breathing before the date of her solo project’s release appeared which is January 22nd.

The Petals For Armor instagram account is followed by Williams and her friends, and has shared several variations of images of flowers since its first post back in October before anyone even knew or heard that Williams’ would be releasing a solo project.

 

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Paramore’s Hayley Williams Announces New Solo Music is Coming in January 2020 https://musicmayhemmagazine.com/paramores-hayley-williams-announces-new-solo-music-is-coming-in-january-2020/ Sat, 28 Dec 2019 06:09:59 +0000 https://musicmayhemmagazine.com/?p=59709 On Hayley Williams’ 31st Birthday yesterday (Dec. 27), the Paramore frontwoman announced that she will be releasing new music in January that she will call her “own.” Basically telling her fans that she will be releasing her own solo music in a new project coming, releasing the first taste in January 2020, which isn’t that …

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On Hayley Williams’ 31st Birthday yesterday (Dec. 27), the Paramore frontwoman announced that she will be releasing new music in January that she will call her “own.” Basically telling her fans that she will be releasing her own solo music in a new project coming, releasing the first taste in January 2020, which isn’t that long of a wait.

“Thanks so much for all the birthday wishes. 30 was a very important year. 31 will be too,” Hayley Williams wrote in a Tweet.

Continuing to explain, “I’m putting out some music next year. With the help of some of my closest friends, I made something I’m going to call my own. It’s a really special project and you’ll get a taste of it in January. Happy New Year, friends.” See the full Tweet below:

Williams’ is the frontwoman of the highly successful band, Paramore, who hasn’t played a show since 2018. Last releasing an album in 2017 with After Laughter. Not much has been said about the future of the band, Paramore, but it has been clarified that the band did not break up. However, In an interview with Entertainment Tonight earlier this year, Williams’ did say, “I really don’t know what’s next for Paramore.”

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Hayley Williams Featured on American Football Single “Uncomfortably Numb” – LISTEN https://musicmayhemmagazine.com/hayley-williams-featured-on-american-football-single-uncomfortably-numb-listen/ Tue, 22 Jan 2019 20:20:45 +0000 https://musicmayhemmagazine.com/?p=36143 American Football has unleashed their new track “Uncomfortably Numb,” which has Paramore front woman Hayley Williams featured on the track. The music video that was unveiled with the new single features a cameo from Workaholics’ Blake Anderson and pro skater Paul Rodriguez, according to Stereogum and the video was directed by Atiba Jefferson. The song perfectly blends …

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American Football has unleashed their new track “Uncomfortably Numb,” which has Paramore front woman Hayley Williams featured on the track. The music video that was unveiled with the new single features a cameo from Workaholics’ Blake Anderson and pro skater Paul Rodriguez, according to Stereogum and the video was directed by Atiba Jefferson.

The song perfectly blends both Hayley Williams vocals with American Football frontman’s vocals and makes for the best combination of harmonies.

Listen to the new track and see the music video below:

American Football’s forthcoming album, LP3, is expected to be unleashed on March 22nd via Polyvinyl Records, you can preorder the record now, HERE.

  1. “Silhouettes
  2. “Every Wave To Ever Rise” (ft. Elizabeth Powell)
  3. “Uncomfortably Numb” (ft. Hayley Williams)
  4. “Heir Apparent”
  5. “Doom In Full Bloom”
  6. “I Can’t Feel You” (ft. Rachel Goswell)
  7. “Mine To Miss”
  8. “Life Support”

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