Paramore’s Hayley Williams has confirmed that the band are planning on releasing new music this summer.
Speaking to AOL Music, Williams confirmed that the band will release an EP this summer before a full-length album is released at a later date. Although few details are confirmed as-of-yet, the record will feature ‘In The Mourning’, an acoustic track which the band premiered on their website soon after the departure of guitarist and drummer Josh and Zac Farro.
She said: "All the details aren't worked out yet, but we definitely do want to release ‘In the Mourning’ and some other ones before we put out a record."
The band will enter the studio after they complete their current South American tour, the first shows that the band have played since the departure of the brothers late last year. The new material will be recorded with Rob Cavallo, who worked on their successful 2009 release ‘Brand New Eyes’.
Williams continued to assert that their eventual full-length release will "definitely have some heavy songs", while it is thought that the EP will contain more acoustic material and digressions from the band’s recognisable pop-punk sound.
You can watch a live version of ‘In The Mourning’ below, which the band performed last Friday (February 19th) in Rio De Janeiro.
Also, Hayley said this to someone on LJ yesterday: