Rockers Paramore are moving on from the recent departure of the Farro brothers by starting work on a new album. Josh Farro and his brother Zac Farro, who founded the group with singer Hayley Williams and bassist Jeremy Davis in 2004, left the band earlier this month, playing their last their show with the group in Orlando, Florida on December 12.
Josh subsequently spoke out about the siblings' decision to quit, accusing Williams of taking over and causing arguments. He also claimed working with the vocalist on the band's last album, 2009's "Brand New Eyes", sparked their departure: "We fought her about how her lyrics misrepresented our band and what we stood for, but, in the end, she got her way."
Williams has now confirmed the band is moving on from the line-up change by getting straight back to work on a new album - bassist Taylor York has been recording demos and the singer is all set to start writing lyrics.
And the frontwoman admits she is feeling positive about the band's future. In a post on her Twitter.com page, Williams writes, "Tonight (Taylor York) sent me the 1st official demo for me to write lyrics to. And I am so hopeful and motivated for the future!!"