The punk-pop band unveils the fun and carefree clip on the occasion of the release of their self-titled new album.
As the trio of Paramore releases their self-titled fourth studio album today, they also premiere their new music video to track "Still Into You". The song is contained on Side C of their new double-vinyl LP which was posted online by the band last April 3 and released together with the four other tracks "Anklebiters", "Interlude: Holiday", "Proof" and "Hate to See Your Heart Break".
In the almost four-minute clip, lead vocalist Hayley Williams, bassist Jeremy Davis and guitarist Taylor York do all sorts of fun stuff like riding BMX bikes, goofing around in a roomful of blue baloons and lighting off fireworks. Viewers would pretty much know it would be loads of fun as soon as Williams kicks it off from inside a bedroom filled with cakes.
The carefree theme of their new video is just appropriate for the ultra-sweet pop lyrics of the track. Singing about still being very much in love after being in a long relationship, Williams dishes out the hook of the up-tempo single with some quite endearing words as "I should be over all the butterflies / But I'm into you (I'm into you) / And baby even on our worst nights / I'm into you (I'm into you)."
"Still Into You" is the second single to be released from the "Paramore", following the January release of the first cut "Now". Over the course of the past week, the punk-pop threesome has shared the seventeen tracks contained in their new album, dropping each of the four sides of their double-vinyl LP online.
Paramore's "Still Into You" music video