Paramore just announced that they will releasing their new studio album "After Laughter" on May 12th but frontwoman Hayley Williams reveals she wasn't sure that the band would ever release another album following their 2013 effort.
It echoes songs from their most recent self-titled album but perhaps with slightly more bite to it.
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In the chat, Paramore speak about the bold new direction they have taken with the '80s-leaning pop of Hard Times and how its lyrics of endurance come from a very real place for singer Hayley Williams.
View the video for "Hard Times" below.
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Speaking to Beats 1 Radio presenter Zane Lowe, Hayley revealed the group's troubles had nearly made her give up on music. It's no wonder though - during its creation, songwriter Taylor York was "trying to rip off" Tame Impala. "It was very rhythmic and very different from anything that we had written before". "I didn't even know if we were going to make another record".
Williams continued: "I was like, "We're going to move away from wherever we are right now".
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Hayley added: "The first day I got in Taylor's vehicle, we were going somewhere before we were going to write and he was listening to - I don't know what you were listening to - Fela Kuti or something". I'm exhausted of losing friends or I'm exhausted of doubting myself, and maybe if I'm just not doing it all then I won't have anything to doubt.
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