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Paramore share "Thick Skull" video, directed by Turnstile's Brendan Yates

The new This Is Why visual picks up where the video for the title track left off.

Paramore are named 2024 Record Store Day Ambassadors

The band have also confirmed that they’re “freshly independent” after a decade on Atlantic.

Paramore cover Talking Heads’ “Burning Down the House”

The song comes from the A24 tribute album to Stop Making Sense.

Paramore preview "Burning Down the House" cover from Stop Making Sense tribute album

Having started the year with wiped social media accounts, Paramore have a new Talking Heads cover arriving soon.

50 best albums of 2023

From Arlo Parks to 100 gecs, these are the releases we can’t stop listening to.

 Zac Farro on 5 songs that inspired halfnoise’s City Talk

We sat down with Zac Farro of Paramore and halfnoise to discuss his J-pop-inspired new album. 

Paramore cancel remainder of US tour

Due to Hayley Williams’ persisting lung infection, the last two shows of the tour will be canceled.

Paramore bring Steph Curry onstage for "Misery Business"

NBA star belts it out with Hayley Williams in San Fransisco last night.

See Paramore bring out Billie Eilish for “All I Wanted” in LA

Watch performance videos of the Brand New Eyes cut.

Hear Fall Out Boy, Hayley Williams on Taylor Swift’s Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)

Taylor Swift’s Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) is out, which taps Fall Out Boy on “Electric Touch” and Paramore’s Hayley Williams on “Castles Crumbling.” Listen now.

Paramore are joining Taylor Swift for more Eras Tour dates

Paramore are joining Taylor Swift for next summer’s Europe and U.K. leg of her Eras Tour. With 14 added shows to the run, check out the 2024 tour dates now.

Fan Poll: 5 best songs of 2023 so far

From Paramore’s “This Is Why” to Waterparks’ “A NIGHT OUT ON EARTH,” our fans ranked the five best songs of 2023 so far. See which ones made the list.

See Paramore bring out Lil Uzi Vert for “Misery Business” at Madison Square Garden show

Last night, Paramore played their second show at New York City’s Madison Square Garden. During the show, they brought out Lil Uzi Vert for “Misery Business.”
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