On Friday, 19th of January Paramore played at the Manchester Arena in Manchester, UK. It was one of the two sold out shows of Tour Three and the only one show with 26 in the setlist. Click HERE to access photos, videos and learn more about the show.
On 16th of January Paramore came back to the Netherlands and performed at the AFAS Live in Amsterdam. Last time, in June 2017, they played at 013 in Tilburg. Click HERE to enter TOUR SECTION and learn more about the show, see photos and watch videos.
The shortlist for this year’s NME Awards has been revealed. Paramore earned one nomination and will compete for Best International Band award with Haim, Migos, The Killers, The National and Foo Fighters. You can cast your vote here. The winners will be revealed at the ceremony on February 14.
Hayley Williams and Brian O’Connor are on the cover of the third annual Yearbook Issue of Native Magazine. All the pictures used in the magazine taken by Johnathon Kingsbury. Click HERE to open a digital issue of the magazine, read the article and see all the pictures. Starts at page 50.
After eight long years Paramore returned to the famous O2 Arena in London, England. It was „a night of honesty, musicianship and intense pop euphoria”, as the Telegraph wrote in the show review. Even though the show wasn’t officially sold out, the crowd was majestic what you can see watching this video. Photos, setlist details and more video from the show are available HERE.
On 8th of February Paramore is playing a first Tour Four show in Australia. It’s going to be their first Australian tour since the Self-Titled Tour in 2014. Recently Music Feeds talked to Hayley, Zac and Taylor about the upcoming tour, reuniting with Zac Farro, aesthetic shift and Paramore’s future.
“We’ve never been a political band… We’re not Pussy Riot, and I know that,” she says during a recent interview with Fast Company. “I don’t even think we’re Green Day. We really enjoy talking about deep-heart matters and things people struggle with silently or alone.”
Hayley openly admits that neither she or Paramore as a band wanted to make a political album but it turned out that After Laughter shows how personal and political anxieties were inextricable in 2017. “I think that this is the year that I’ve had to stop kidding myself that I’m exempt from being riled up about politics,” she says.