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.
Six months after their last show in the town, Paramore returned to Paris, France. On Tuesday they played at the Olympia Hall. Even though they played No Friend live for the first time ever two days earlier in Barcelona, this time Aaron Weiss from mewithoutYou, who is originally singing on the studio version of the track, joined Paramore on stage. Click HERE to enter TOUR SECTION where you can find photos, videos and learn more about the setlist.
On Sunday Paramore kicked off the 2018 EU/UK Tour Three in Barcelona, Spain. It was their first show in Spain since 2011’s Under 18 Festival performance in Madrid. Paramore entered the stage at 9:15pm local time, played 18 songs including three live debuts. Click HERE to enter TOUR SECTION where you can find photos, videos and learn more about the setlist.
According to the recent data presented by Billboard Boxscore, Paramore’s fall tour across the North American theatres generated $3,838,436 in sold ticket revenue from 20 performances, hitting 67,561 in attendance during a six-week stretch.
The entire tour was held in theater-sized venues with an average capacity of 3,300. The biggest show of the tour took place on 4th of October, at the New York’s Radio City Music Hall. It was not only one of seven sold-out venues but it also had the best-attended concert, with 5,865 fans.
At the beginning of November Hayley and Brian were working on goodDYEyoung’s Poser Paste tutorials. Right now you can watch first very short, but very informative videos, telling how to use Poser Paste, how to get the natural look and how to wash out. Hayley is starring in the two of them. Click HERE to enter goodDYEyoung YouTube channel.
The final 2017 show took place at the 2017 96X Winter Meltdown Show in Norfolk, VA on Friday. Paramore played at the Ted Constant Convocation Center. Click HERE to see HQ photos, fan recorded videos and to access setlist details. You can also acces TOUR SECTION to have a look on all the shows Paramore played in 2017.