It looks like Paramore have finished their new album.
Twelve songs have been registered with the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers' (ASCAP) database.
Read more: Paramore post update on new album
The news stemmed from Paramore fan account The Paramore Band.
— The Paramore Band (@TheParamoreBand) March 14, 2017
ASCAP is a professional organization of songwriters, composers and music publishers. Its database is technically called the ASCAP Clearance Express (ACE) Repertory, which lists musical works from the organization.
Rumors emerged that Farro was working with his former band last summer.
It started when Paramore shared interesting photo on their socials, which shows members Hayley Williams and Taylor York with former drummer Zac Farro and Justin Meldal-Johnsen, who served as producer on the band’s self-titled album. Farro drummed on Paramore’s first three albums (All We Know Is Falling, Riot! and Brand New Eyes). Zac, along with his brother Josh, left the band in 2010.
Then, on July 4, Farro confirmed he was drumming on Paramore's forthcoming fifth studio album, but that's it.
This new album will follow-up 2013's self-titled.
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