Paramore Have Confirmed That They Are Back In the Studio – News

Paramore Have Confirmed That They Are Back In the Studio – News

Paramore Have Confirmed That They Are Back In the Studio – News

“I’m all the time ready for the second for us to know we’re onto one thing new and we’re not simply rehashing the identical shit”

Remember late final yr when Hayley Williams wrote, “Besides, Paramore can’t be “on a break” without end now can we?”

Well, she wasn’t mendacity.

In a brand new chat with Rolling Stone, the band have confirmed that they’re within the studio engaged on the follow-up to 2017’s ‘After Laughter’.

When requested what they’d labored on first while within the house in Nashville, Hayley had this to say:

“We wrote and tracked one thing we beloved and it truly shocked us. We saved joking it was all downhill from that time, however thank God we’ve been shocked loads all through this entire factor. I’m all the time ready for the second for us to know we’re onto one thing new and we’re not simply rehashing the identical shit. It was ‘Ain’t It Fun’ for our self-titled document, and ‘Hard Times’ or ‘Told You So’ for After Laughter. It’s not about it feeling like successful a lot because it’s a scary, thrilling feeling that you simply’re treading uncharted waters. It retains you curious. We bought to really feel that feeling early on this time.”

And when requested about what they’re hoping the brand new materials will sound like, she had this to remark:

“The music we had been first excited by wasn’t precisely the sort of music we went on to make. Our output has all the time been in all places and with this venture, it’s not that totally different. We’re nonetheless within the thick of it however some issues have remained constant from the beginning. 1) More emphasis again on the guitar, and a couple of) Zac ought to go as Animal as he desires with drum takes.”

SO, very thrilling certainly. Wouldn’t you agree?

Until we now have some extra information, this is the nonetheless sensible ‘Fake Happy’, a spotlight from ‘After Laughter’:

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