Zedd and Hayley Williams hit the stage yesterday (May 10th) at the 2014 Wango Tango Festival in Carson, CA to perform their electro house ballad, "Stay The Night."
You can watch a video of the performance from the annual daylong music festival by clicking read more.
Paramore have announced they will be “releasing” a limited edition run of their new single "Ain’t It Fun," and the cover art is coincidentally enough similar to Justin Bieber’s 2012 Believe album.
Could the band be responding to the Canadian pop idol allegedly using Paramore fan art for the cover of his new recent single? We couldn’t possibly comment..
You can check out the spoof cover artwork for the "Ain’t It Fun" singles and JB’s Believe album by clicking read more.
Justin Bieber dropped a new single earlier today (April 28th) titled "We Were Born For This," but the artwork to accompany the track…looked fairly similar to something else that we all know and love.
That’s right! The cover to Paramore’s 2007 Riot album! And it’s worth noting the band have a track (well..very close) of the same name titled, "Born For This."
Coincidence? Or maybe JB is a huge Paramore fan like the rest of us! You decide…
Paramore were the special musical guest on last night’s episode (Apri 23rd) of NBC’s Late Night with Seth Meyers.
The Tennessee trio performed their new single "Ain’t It Fun," which can be viewed by clicking read more.
While catching up with Alter The Press, Mariel Loveland diagnoses her room as a total disaster. “It’s actually shocking… I have two suitcases packed at the moment, one from two tours ago and one from the one we just came back from.” Between taking her band Candy Hearts on the road with pop/rock favorites We Are The In Crowd, recording a highly-anticipated full length, and releasing an enormously catchy new single, it’s no wonder why Loveland is a tad bit behind on her laundry.
Before adventuring on tour with We Are The In Crowd, Loveland knew that the upcoming shows would be drastically different from those that Candy Hearts had played in the past. Regularly finding themselves sharing the stage with pop-punk bands, members of Candy Hearts would often receive negative feedback on their music from the audience. “Of course I love playing pop-punk tours, cause you have that sort of cross-over, but it’s like at every pop-punk show there’s kids who are open to the kind of music we play, and the kids that absolutely can’t stand it.” Thinking back to being on the road with WATIC, Loveland expresses, “It was amazing!” She continues, “Everybody was so receptive and so nice, and it was just really exciting.”
Ahhhh! So Parahoy! was the most amazing experience ever. End of story, end of review.
No, but seriously, when I say that it’s the best thing I have ever done, and probably will ever do, that’s no exaggeration. At this point, I don’t even think the birth of my first child could top it (sorry, future kids!). I will admit, I’ve never been one for a first-person account, but part of what made Parahoy! so truly special was the way everyone was invited to weave their own individual story on board. What was simply astounding - and potentially unrivalled - was the level of togetherness it provided. For us, as fans, for me, as a writer, and of course, for the bands. There is literally no other experience for music fans on Earth of the magnitude that the hosts, Sixthman, provide, and in all honesty it felt incredibly surreal throughout. For that reason, in order to do its personal elements justice, I needed to introduce this epic adventure (that I never wanted to end!) by speaking from the heart.
With the trip being so long and incorporating so many performances from the 6 bands, the DJs and the comedians, here are the highlights!
Happy International Women’s Day! Thank you to everyone for supporting and checking out this week’s content devoted to #IWD2014!
#ICYMI: You can read all of our articles in honor of #IWD2014 by clicking read more.
For over a decade, Hayley Williams has been proving the critics wrong. Sexism and a male-dominated music industry immediately labelled Paramore as just another No Doubt copycat. Critics were quick to compare Hayley to Gwen Stefani, unable to see beyond her gender and see that she’s less Stefani and more Freddie Mercury, especially during live performances, when she electrifies crowds like a thunder storm of bubble-gum spunk and roaring vocals.
Perhaps Hayley is a rock ‘n’ roll super hero or Lisbeth Salander-tinged heroine, but what cannot be debated is her ability to inspire through infectious music that’s about as perfectly pop as cotton candy at the County Fair. Hayley is the exception to the rule: straight edge, vocally talented, and driven to succeed with her music rather than her behavior on the “scene.” If the recently wrapped 'Paratour' is any indication of the future, she seems to destined to continue shattering the glass ceiling, hanging with the boys, and proving that being genuine is the most valuable currency in life.
As if you didn’t love her enough already, here are five reasons why Hayley Williams is a true role model for the millions of teenagers chasing their dreams and following in her footsteps.
Paramore have released their awesome new music video for "Ain’t It Fun," which can be viewed by clicking read more.
Okay, we know it’s only January, but is it too soon to maybe call this the best tour of 2014?!
Paramore and Fall Out Boy have announced they will be heading out on a co-headlining tour this summer.
Find out if the tour is coming through to your town below. Support will come from New Politics.