“I would have never come up with this video concept, but now I can’t hear this song without thinking of this video.”
“I would love to play Laneway, I feel like that would be a perfect thing”
The first time they’ve shared a stage together in 7 years!
“It’s our first duet awwww”
Last year, former Paramore drummer Zac Farro decided to pack up and move to New Zealand for a while, searching for inspiration away from the crowded Nashville scene in the hopes of making music for his new project HalfNoise. The time away proved both therapeutic and fruitful for Farro, and resulted in the recording of
Former Paramore drummer Zac Farro will release his debut EP under his new monkier of HalfNoise next week. The self-titled, five-track EP is Farro’s first release since he and brother Josh left Paramore in December 2010. Farro told NME he’s been sitting on the record for quite a while now – more than 12 months, to be precise.
NME has posted an article detailing former Paramore drummer Zach Farro’s new band HalfNoise. Comprised of Zach’s brother Josh Farro (also formerly of Paramore), childhood friend Jason Clark and Canon Blue frontman Dan Brigham, HalfNoise’s sound shares similarities to Radiohead and Sigur Ros, according to Zach.