Paramore Is Up To Something…

First they post this awesome photo on Twitter with the caption, “Eating with people not doing anything special at all.”
CkS3zUPXIAAdSalThen they remove their Twitter and Facebook header/cover photo and change their user pic to a studio one.

THEN they take the members section off their Facebook page.

Something’s brewing, and we’re pretty sure it’s gonna be amazing. Stay tuned!


Paramore Writing New Album

It’s been a heck of a month for Paramore, and that’s saying it lightly. The band announced Jeremy’s departure in mid-December, and it’s been a tough time for both fans and Hayley and Taylor. However, even in the darkest times, some light always shines through. Yesterday, after saying thanks to several awesome publications that wrote some “incredibly humbling/motivating articles” about Paramore since the news broke, a fan asked Hayley about the new album, and she gave us some news that we all really needed to hear. 
To Hayley and Taylor – thank you for continuing on. We love you guys so much and look forward to what Paramore has in store next. Good luck with songwriting, and we’ll see you soon!

PARAHOY! 2 Lineup Announced

parahoy 2The lineup for PARAHOY! 2 is here, and it’s a good one. If you’ve already reserved your spot on the boat, high five! If not, you can still join the waiting list in case a few more open up. Visit for all the info you could ever need on the second voyage, and we’ll see you in March!

Taylor York & Jon Howard Produce Jon Foreman Song

The band is taking a break to live life and write for album #5, but they’re also working on some other cool projects! Taylor and Paramore touring member, Jon Howard, co-produced an amazing song from Jon Foreman’s new album The Wonderlands: Darkness. It’s called “Beautiful (Part II),” and you can listen to it on Spotify or purchase it on iTunes now!

Also, in case you missed it, Jeremy is also getting into producing too! He recently produced and played bass on the song “Violet Vibrato” from B.o.B.’s new album Psycadelik Thoughtz!

All We Know Is Falling 10th Anniversary

That’s right! All We Know Is Falling is officially TEN years old! It’s kind of hard to believe, isn’t it? Some of us were only kids when the album came out, but it’s safe to say that AWKIF impacted many lives from many different backgrounds. It has soundtracked tons of important moments in our lives, has helped inspire so many people today. Most of us, when asked such questions like, “What three items would you take with you on a desert island,” or, “What albums could you not live without,” would answer All We Know Is Falling.

Fuse even released a cool article for this special occasion where a few artists, including Lynn Gunn (PVRIS) and Simple Plan, shared their memories of the album as well as of the band over the past decade.

If you’re still not over celebrating this special anniversary, check out  on Twitter for fan stories and good memories! The next album anniversary is on September 29th for brand new eyes, which will be turning SIX this fall!

‘Paramore’ on SPIN’s 300 Best Albums of the Past 30 Years

SPIN-300-alt-640x427A Grammy, an ASCAP award, a gold album… Paramore’s finishing up the Self-Titled album cycle with some pretty awesome honors, and this one’s no exception. ‘Paramore’ finds itself on SPIN’s list of the 300 Best Albums of the Past 30 Years – and at #228, no less!

228. Paramore, Paramore (Fueled By Ramen/Atlantic, 2013) 
Paramore’s self-titled album saw 24-year-old Hayley Williams on her grown-up s—t, with an album big and smart and tuneful enough to make radio programmers forget that rock music on Top 40 wasn’t really a thing anymore in 2013, led by lyrics that excoriated anyone who lacked the maturity and ambition to even attempt to get on her level. “I hope I die before I get old,” the (mostly male) brat-punk contingent still quipped, and “Well then why don’t you already?” was Williams’ room-silencing reply. — ANDREW UNTERBERGER

Click here to see the other 299 albums that made the list. There are plenty more amazing ones worth checking out!

Hayley in “Bad Blood”


Taylor Swift is in the midst of announcing a star-studded cast for her latest video for her new single “Bad Blood,” and Hayley is on the list playing the very Fifth Element-esque Crimson Curse (fun fact: everyone chose their own character name)! The video premiers on Sunday, May 17th during the Billboard Music Awards, where Paramore are also up for an award. Tune in to ABC on Sunday to check it out. It looks like it’s going to be pretty awesome!



Fueled By Ramen surprised Paramore before their show tonight in New York City with their very own plaques in commemoration of ‘Paramore’ being certified gold! Especially in today’s day and age, going gold (in the US, that’s 500,000 copies) is a HUGE achievement, and one we’re super proud of. Sending our congrats to Jeremy, Hayley and Taylor, and also a huge high five to Paramore fans around the world who’ve bought the album!

PS – if you don’t have ‘Paramore’ yet, it’s Google Play’s album of the week, and it’s on sale for $1.99! Click here to get it now – let’s take Self-Titled to platinum status!