Once cleared from the breaking up speculations, Paramore move on with the promotion of their singles out of the 2007 "Riot!". The Grammy-nominated rock band have just premiered a new video for their third single in U.S., "That's What You Get".
The clip is directed by Marcos Siega and was shot in Nashville, Tennessee earlier this month. While addressing the breaking up issue, the band used this reason of shooting a new music video as a proof that they were indeed still together. Just a little more than a week after, they canceled a European tour to work on "personal issues".
According to MTV, the set of the shoot was kept closed and low-key because as explained by the band, it was meant to be sort of their therapy session. "The good thing about this video - especially for the time in our band's life, and our career - (was that) we shot it in our hometown of Nashville," vocalist Hayley Williams explained. "We had tons of friends there, and it really just felt like a hangout session. And Marcos was so cool about it. He said, 'Bring your friends.' We shot it in some of our friends' houses, and it just felt so real... and I think it's the first time in a video you're gonna get to see who we really are."
The band are working on a new album and before releasing it, they will embark in a co-headlining tour with Jimmy Eat World starting from April 1. "We're ready. Really ready," said guitarist Josh Farro. "It is amazing. I don't know how we got to co-headline with Jimmy Eat World. They are our favorite band. So we're really blown away. We're actually really nervous, but I think it's going to be the time of our lives. And what better way to come back from all this?"
Paramore, "That's What You Got":