Paramore - Aren't They Fun?

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    • Paramore - Aren't They Fun?

      Paramore is an American rock band from Franklin, Tennessee, formed in 2004. The band currently consists of lead vocalist Hayley Williams, bassist Jeremy Davis, and guitarist Taylor York.
      During the summer of 2006, Paramore played a portion of Warped Tour, primarily on the Volcom and Hurley Stages, and their first night on the Main Stage was at a date in their hometown of Nashville. Paramore's first United States headlining tour began on August 2, 2006 to a sold-out audience
      Paramore's breakthrough album (their 2nd) came in 2007 with Riot!. After its release in June, the album peaked at number fifteen on the Billboard 200 album chart and received multiple certifications all over the world, including a Platinum in the United States.The lead single, "Misery Business", became their first charting single in the Billboard Hot 100 and certified single.
      Misery Business

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      Brand New Eyes is the third studio album by the American rock band Paramore, released on September 29, 2009 through Fueled by Ramen in the United States and Canada. Brand New Eyes received generally positive reviews from music critics, who complimented its songwriting and the band's maturity. The album debuted at number 2 on Billboard 200 selling 175,000 copies in its first week, The album produced five singles, "Ignorance", "Brick by Boring Brick", "The Only Exception", "Careful", and "Playing God".
      Paramore: Ignorance

      Paramore: The Only Exception

      Paramore is the self-titled fourth studio album by the American rock band Paramore. It was released on April 5, 2013.
      The album was a commercial success, debuting at number one on the US Billboard 200 with first-week sales of 106,000 copies and topping the charts in Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Ireland, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and United States, where it became their first album to reach the summit. It spawned four singles: "Now", "Still Into You", "Daydreaming", and the top ten single "Ain't It Fun". "Still Into You" and "Ain't It Fun" have been both certified Platinum by the RIAA, making Paramore the first of the band's albums to have produced more than one platinum-certified single.
      Paramore: Ain't It Fun

      Paramore: Now

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      Oct. 2, 2017 | Lars Gotrich -- Paramore's After Laughter captures the moment between rapture and its comedown, the glitter wiped away, left with skin rubbed raw. It's a record, more than a decade into the band's career, that not only exposes the sparkling pop that's always lit Paramore's songs, but also deals with the ache of growing up and growing apart. When Hayley Williams sings, "Tell my friends I'm coming down / We'll kick it when I hit the ground" from the '80s-tastic jam "Hard Times" at the Tiny Desk, the stark dichotomy is laid bare by the band's stripped-down performance that still packs a small synth and Zac Farro's drum machine into its Afro-pop-flecked textures.Backed here only by guitarist Taylor York, "26" is Williams' letter to a younger self, to still believe in dreams, knowing its costs. Paramore's quieter songs have never quite shown this depth of understated devastation and determination, and Williams reflects that nuance in a voice that scales the end of the line, "And they say that dreaming is free," with just the slightest trail of regret.These songs extend After Laughter's themes, racing across the spectrum of hope, with "Fake Happy" as a soaring anthem to expressing your truest self (and calling out those playing pretend). At the Tiny Desk, the shimmering guitars and synths almost become tropical, as if the band's all taken a big swig of Drake's "Passionfruit" and started a lowkey jam among friends.