Paramore Have Four Songs Written For New Record

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Hayley Williams has revealed that Paramore has already penned four tracks for their next record. Williams spoke to Spanish website Rockzone and noted that the band’s most recent single “Monster” isn’t exactly an indication of where this album will go.

“We have written four new songs and they are quite diverse,” Williams said. “There are some heavier songs, but there’s also one that we plan to play live soon that is called ‘In The Morning Mess.’” She added, “I can’t really say that ‘Monster’ is an indication of what to expect on the next Paramore album. We, as a band, will always try to evolve and try new things. It will be different for sure, but it will still keep Paramore’s essence.”

As for whether you can expect new Paramore members any time soon? Not so much. After the departure of the Farro brothers last year, it looks like Paramore will remain a trio for the time being. ”We are not in the process of looking out for new members right now,” Williams said. “The band [is] Jeremy, Taylor and I. We don’t spend too much time thinking about how Paramore will be in the future. It’s hard when you go through a period of changing members so what we want to do right now is play great songs.”

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Paramore releases teaser for ‘Monster’ music video, full video premieres July 18

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Paramore released their latest single, “Monster,” early last month, and now the stand alone single, featured on the Transformers: Dark of the Moon soundtrack, will soon have a music video to accompany it.

On Friday, the band released a 19-second teaser for the video. The teaser features band members Hayley Williams, Jeremy Davis and Taylor York, wearing formal attire, floating unconscious in water while flashes of flowers and an empty hospital bed flashes on screen.

The song, which appears to demonstrate the strength the band members have after the departure of two of its members late last year, has images in the video that go with the song's lyrics.

Such lyrics are, “You were my conscience. So solid, now you’re like water. And we started drowning, not like we’d sink any further. But I let my heart go. It's somewhere down at the bottom. But I'll get a new one, and come back for the hope that you've stolen.”

The video premieres, starting at midnight, Monday, July 18 on MTV.com. On television, the video will air on MTV, MTV2, MTV Hits and mtvU starting at 6 a.m.

Watch the teaser below.




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Paramore Lyrics - Ignorance

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If I'm a bad person
You don't like me
Well I guess I'll make my own way
It's a circle
A mean cycle
I can't excite you anymore

Where's your gavel
Your jury
What's my offense this time
You're not a judge but if you're gonna judge me
Sentence me to another life

Don't wanna hear your sad songs
I don't wanna feel your pain
When you swear it's all my fault 'cause you know we're not the same
We're not the same
The friends who stuck together
We wrote our names in blood
But I guess you can't accept that the change is good
It's good

You treat me just like another stranger
Well it's nice to meet you sir I guess I'll go
I best be on my way out

Ignorance is your new best friend

This is the best thing that could've happened
Any longer and I wouldn't have made it
It's not a war no it's not a rapture
I'm just a person but you can't take it
The same tricks that once fooled me they won't get you anywhere
I'm not the same kid from your memory
Now I can fend for myself

Don't wanna hear your sad songs
I don't wanna feel your pain
When you swear it's all my fault 'cause you know we're not the same
We're not the same
Yeah we used to stick together
We wrote our names in blood
But I guess you can't accept that the change is good
It's good

You treat me just like another stranger
Well it's nice to meet you sir I guess I'll go
I best be on my way out

Ignorance is your new best friend

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Paramore to perform at Fueled By Ramen 15 anniversary shows

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NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - Jul 13, 2011) - Fueled By Ramen Records will celebrate its 15th anniversary with an extraordinary series of multi-artist shows at New York City's Terminal 5. The three-night extravaganza will kick off on September 7th with a hotly anticipated headline performance by Grammy Award-nominated superstars Paramore. The remaining array of headline acts, FBR fan favorites, and up-and-coming new bands will be revealed daily via the newly launched www.FBR15.com, leading up to the start of ticket sales on July 25th.

FBR15 tickets will be available via Ticketmaster in a number of different packages. The Platinum package will include a General Admission ticket to all three nights, Early Entry admission to all three nights, the FBR15 Book/DVD/Show Laminate (to ship in November), the FBR15 commemorative show poster and official concert t-shirt (to ship in November), and a twelve month subscription to Alternative Press magazine (to be fulfilled by AP).

Gold ticket packages will then be on sale from July 27th through July 29th, including a single night's General Admission ticket to the show of your choice, the FBR15 Book/DVD/Show Laminate, the FBR15 commemorative show poster and official concert t-shirt, and a twelve month subscription to Alternative Press magazine (to be fulfilled by AP).

All remaining tickets will then go on sale to the general public on Saturday, July 30th. For complete ticket details and information, please visit www.ticketmaster.com.

The FBR15 celebration has already begun at Fueled By Ramen's full range of affiliated websites. Music, videos, and exclusive slideshows can currently be accessed at www.FueledByRamen.com and www.FBR15.com, as well as FBR's Facebook page (www.facebook.com/fueledbyramen), Tumblr (http://fueledbyramen.tumblr.com), and official YouTube channel (www.youtube.com/user/FueledByRamen).

What's more, the Fueled By Ramen webstore -- conveniently located at http://store.fueledbyramen.com -- will commemorate the FBR15 concert series with exclusive sales, featuring 15% off selected items during the 24-hour period as each FBR15 artist is announced. In addition, a full range of Fueled By Ramen artist merchandise will be available at Hot Topic stores nationwide, as well as two vintage label t-shirt designs.

The FBR15 festivities will continue throughout the year, including the release of a deluxe 15th Anniversary coffee table book comprising archival and never-before-seen photos, stories from FBR bands, and much more. In addition, the book will include a DVD featuring a documentary history of Fueled By Ramen alongside live performances from the FBR15 shows. Set for release in November, the FBR15 Book/DVD will be available exclusively via the Fueled By Ramen webstore.

Since its official founding in 1996, Fueled By Ramen Records has not only been a record label, but also a badge brand for an ever-growing community of loyal fans. With president/co-founder John Janick at the helm of an always-passionate staff, FBR has become the nucleus for today's best and brightest punk-inspired rock/pop bands. A decade and a half since its beginning, Fueled By Ramen continues to impact the lifestyle of a new generation with each release.

The past 15 years have seen a number of Fueled By Ramen/Decaydance artists achieve global superstardom, including Paramore and Panic! At The Disco (each of whom have achieved worldwide sales in excess of 3 million), Fall Out Boy (with over 5 million sold in the US alone), as well as such influential and iconic acts as Gym Class Heroes, Cobra Starship, and The Academy Is... The label has also unleashed a steady stream of blockbuster singles, including multi-platinum hits like Gym Class Heroes' #1 Top 40 smash, "Cupid's Chokehold," Travie McCoy's "Billionaire (Feat. Bruno Mars)," Panic! At The Disco's "I Write Sins Not Tragedies," Cobra Starship's "Good Girls Go Bad (Feat. Leighton Meester)," Paramore's "Misery Business," "Decode," and "The Only Exception."

The ever-evolving Fueled By Ramen roster is comprised of some of today's hardest touring artists, logging countless miles to earn new fans though good old-fashioned roadwork. FBR's top acts have headlined a range of annual tours and festivals, including Vans Warped Tour, The Bamboozle, the Honda Civic Tour, the Alternative Press Fall Ball, Rock Band Live Tour, and Nintendo Fusion Tour.

In addition to their popular and commercial success, FBR artists have garnered reams of glowing press coverage, including cover features in such national and international publications as Alternative Press, SPIN, Rolling Stone, Blender, Billboard, Cosmopolitan, Kerrang!, and others.

As if its accomplishments here in the US weren't enough, Fueled By Ramen has proven equally successful all over the world. With over 15 million album sales worldwide, FBR artists like Paramore, Fall Out Boy, Gym Class Heroes, and Panic! At The Disco have headlined international arena tours and festivals, dominated singles charts, and earned an assortment of gold and platinum certifications from Europe and South America to Australia and Southeast Asia.

Fueled By Ramen has been at the forefront of online technology and social networking since its inception. With over 800 million video views, the official FBR YouTube channel is among the top 5 most viewed music channels of all time. Fueled By Ramen artists have over 24 million Facebook friends across their individual accounts, with stars like Travie McCoy and Hayley Williams of Paramore reaching over 1.8 million followers on Twitter. Moreover, FBR's "Weekly Dish" e-mail newsletter reaches over 115,000 subscribers each week.

Fueled By Ramen has also attained prominence for its innovative brand partnerships, working closely with such top brands as Coca Cola, Taco Bell, Nokia, Cisco, Trojan, and Flip Video to create creative and cohesive marketing campaigns. Furthermore, the FBR Street Team is among the most active and loyal, encompassing fans of not just ever label artist, but of the Fueled By Ramen brand itself. With over 150,000 members, the street team is both a tight-knit community and an undisputed promotional powerhouse.

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Paramore have announced that they will be performing at Fueled By Ramen's 15 anniversary event which takes place at Terminal 5. The band is set to perform on Wednesday September 7th. You can check out a video announcing the news as well as the band discussing their favorite Fueled By Ramen releases on Alternative Press. This will be Paramore's first show in the NJ/NYC since last December's Jingle Ball at Madison Square Garden. They are currently writing new material for their next album which is slated to come out next year.

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Hayley Williams & Other Hip Musicians Will Rock 'Muppets' Soundtrack

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Move over Disney soundtracks, the Muppets are taking over! The artists and songs for the upcoming Muppets movie (due out early next year) have been released and, I gotta say, they sort of make Coachella look like Bible Study. Who is covering the coveted "Rainbow Connection" you're wondering? Why, it's Paramore's Hayley Williams and Weezer. Hot dog!

Come on, who doesn't love the adorable flame-haired girl who possesses the freaky ability to force your body into movement when belting out "The Business of Misery"? She's perfect for the song, and with the help of Rivers Cuomo et al., it's sure to be a hit with the "over 6" set.

What other hipster artists are lending their musical talents to the "Green Album"? Walk with me ...

Here's the complete tracklisting:

OK Go -- "Muppet Show Theme"
Weezer and Hayley Williams -- "Rainbow Connection"
The Fray -- "Mahna Mahna"
Alkaline Trio -- "Moving Right Along"
My Morning Jacket -- "Our World"
Amy Lee -- "Halfway Down the Stairs"
Sondre Lerche -- "Mr Bassman"
The Airborne Toxic Event -- "Wishing Song"
Brandon Saller and Billy Martin -- "Night Life"
Andrew Bird -- "Bein' Green"
Matt Nathanson -- "Hope That Something Better Comes Along"
Rachael Yamagata -- "I'm Going to Go Back There Someday"

Pretty groovy, no? I mean, these are some seriously (read, tragically) hip bands lending their names to 120 minutes of talking puppets. I think that's cool, and so ... un-hip-band-like.

Let's take a band like Weezer, for example. Those dudes may make whimsical-sounding tunes about pork and beans, but they really take themselves seriously. Remember when Rivers went celibate? And how about Ok Go? They're not the most mainstream of bands, but most of their videos have blown up the Internet with their artsy appeal.

And I have to say, I'm glad this soundtrack is kind of indie. Not just because it's the kind of music I prefer, but because it seems like it's all pop, all the time now. Every week on Glee, it's Britney Spears or Lady Gaga. And everybody knows what all those Disney soundtracks sound like -- a whole lot of synthesizers and autotune. The Muppets bands are the cool kids, the misunderstood ones, the broodingly sexy ones. And they made the one kids' soundtrack that I actually might be able to listen to.

What do you think of the bands lending their talents to the Muppets soundtrack?

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