December 30, 2008 08:19:21 GMT
'When we get into the studio, there's going to be a lot more different things going on,' Hayley Williams says when pursued further about what fans can expect from Paramore's next LP.
During a backstage interview at KROQ's Almost Acoustic Christmas in Los Angeles, singer Hayley Williams shares Paramore's forthcoming studio album will have different music. "When we get into the studio, there's going to be a lot more different things going on," she told MTV.
Though the effort's concrete details are yet to be disclosed, Hayley claims that in writing new songs for the record, they have grown up and been inspired by life. She says, "We've learned a lot about relationships and friendships and life in general, and I'm stoked because I don't really know what I'm going to say about it, but I've got a lot that I want to get out."
Bassist Jeremy Davis said further, "I think everyone's just growing, you know? Growing up. And I feel like we all kind of know what the Paramore sound is, but we're all experimenting and trying to figure out how far we can go with it but still keep it Paramore. We've all been getting into different music ourselves, which is just going to be better in the long run.
Previously, Hayley Williams revealed to Spin Magazine that the band plot to get the album done by the end of the summer 2009. "We want to get it out by the end of the summer," she stated. "Oh yeah, definitely!"