- Thu May 4, 2017, 1:59 AM GMT
The Tennessee band has released the second single off their upcoming album which marks their comeback after four years on hiatus.READ MORE
Paramore are a rock band coming from Franklin, Tennessee which were formed in 2004 with Hayley Williams as a lead singer and keyboardist, Josh Farro as a lead guitarist and backing vocalist, Jeremy Davis as a bass guitarist, and Zac Farro as a drummer. They were then joined by Hayley's neighbor Jason Bynum as a rhythm guitarist. Over the following years, they started performing at venues outside the greater Nashville area, including singing at several concert festivals "Purple Door" and "Warped Tour".
Wanting to step further into the music industry, Paramore sent a demo to John Janick, CEO and co-founder of the music label, Fueled by Ramen. John was amazed by their rock sounds and decided to go to one of their live performances at Taste of Chaos in Orlando, Florida to see them singing live. Finding their shining musical talents, John invited them for a smaller private performance and signed them to the label in April 2005.
The Tennessee rock band marks their comeback by announcing the new album and releasing the lead single along with its music video.READ MORE
The new version, premiered on Annie Mac's BBC 1 Radio show, will be featured on the extended edition of the Scottish trio's latest album 'Every Open Eye'.READ MORE
Bassist Jeremy Davis, who formed the band with Hayley Williams and brothers Josh and Zac Farro back in 2004, quits the group ahead of their second edition of 'Parahoy!' cruise.READ MORE
The pop star and Paramore's Hayley Williams look like they're attacking each other in the awesome mash-up created and posted online by a U.K.-based producer Raheem D.READ MORE