As they continue to push through their studio black-hole, Paramore‘s Hayley Williams has checked in via Twitter, reporting on the album’s process. By all accounts, it’s looking as though the band’s 4th album is set to follow nicely in the footsteps of those before it.
Describing the album as “an answered prayer”, the yet-to-be-named release is the first effort from the band without founding members and brothers Josh and Zach Farro, who departed separately back in 2010. In the control room of the studio is none other than Justin Meldal-Johnsen, who has previously worked with M83 as well as slappin’ the bass for Beck for around 10 years.
The new album will be following up on the now 3-year-old Brand New Eyes, which saw the band reach nose-bleeding heights. Paramore will most likely be road testing the new material while in town for Soundwave 2013. Stay tuned for more news on the super-anticipated release.
So many exciting things happening in the studio today I just wanna break stuff in the best way possible. This album is an answered prayer.
— Hayley from Paramore (@yelyahwilliams) October 6, 2012