“Since Speak Now was all about my songwriting, I decided to go to the artists who I feel influenced me most powerfully as a lyricist at that time and ask them to sing on the album."
“Does anyone really learn from the kind of public shaming I gave the 2 I had kicked out from the show that night?"
“I don't know if it's like world tour I just asked for Australia and she said yes in November”.
"Both of you need to find somewhere else to take care of that sh*t because that’s not happening here tonight, this is our house."
“You’re the only exception. All I wanted was you. You’re my last hope. The only thing I know that’s keeping me alive."
“Thank you for allowing us the room for creative risk and for keeping this story going."
The band's sixth album is also #1 on the Vinyl Albums Chart.
On Monday, 6 February, Australian Paramore fans can listen to the band's new album four days before its release date.
The pop-up store will be around for one day only.
"Everyone’s just trying to remember better days, and I’m sitting there like, ‘They weren’t that much better...'"
"But I worry, and I give money, and I feel useless behind this computer, and that’s just barely scratched the surface of my mind..."
The second single from the band's upcoming album, This Is Why is on its way.
"Some of us have to grow up sometimes..."
"Thank you for being nostalgic about this because this is one of the coolest moments of our show and it’s very nice to feel like there’s a reason to bring it back that’s positive."
"It summarizes the plethora of ridiculous emotions, the rollercoaster of being alive in 2022, having survived even just the last 3 or 4 years. You’d think after a global pandemic of fucking biblical proportions and the impending doom of a dying planet, that humans would have found it deep within themselves to be kinder or more empathetic or something.”
The announcement of 'This Is Why' for September 28, means we are only a week away from discovering what the next evolution of the Paramore sound will deliver,
Everything Is Emo is meant to feel like a conversation with other fans of the genre, young and (ahem) old. There’s going to be plenty of interaction, which I hope will feel somewhat reminiscent of the message boards and forums I used to frequent as a teenage scene kid.
No laughter, no light, no joy; just pain.
An emotional mixture of differing pop rock sounds.
Definitely proof that what doesn’t kill you only makes you stronger.