“I didn’t eat, I didn’t sleep, I didn’t laugh… for a long time.”
“We’re still pinching ourselves”
For a ridicumazing new covers LP.
The first time they’ve shared a stage together in 7 years!
“It’s our first duet awwww”
Old mates are at it again.
Bury It in our ears.
What are Paramore up to??
They teamed up for a rendition of ‘Bury It’ and fans pooped their decks.
“It’s nice that there’s another girl that sings really strongly over guitars, and it’s really translating from [the] stage well.”
Footage has emerged of Paramore frontwoman Hayley Williams teaming up with CHVRCHES for a surprise performance of the band’s song Bury It at a show in the US. Captured at Nashville’s Marathon Music Works on Tuesday night, 27th October, the footage of Williams’ surprise appearance shows her singing alongside CHVRCHES’ Lauren Mayberry and even leading
Taylor Swift’s unending crusade to become besties with every female celebrity on the planet continues, with her assembling an Avengers-esque team of kick-ass ladies for her new music video for 1989 track Bad Blood, with Paramore front-woman Hayley Williams, the latest addition. In a series of Sin City-vibing posters Taylor is steadily revealing the cast
Taylor Swift has proven once and for all that she is the mother of all BFFs. The pop star has surprised one of her girlfriends at a birthday party with an impromptu rendition of the Dashboard Confessional tune Hands Down, alongside some very special guests. Swift’s pop punk take on The Happy Birthday Song included
Paramore frontwoman Hayley Williams has commended the leader of Scottish synthpop trio Chvrches, Lauren Mayberry‘s recent editorial on “online misogyny”, published in The Guardian earlier this month. In the editorial, Mayberry described the feeling of being a female in a band “born on the internet.” In particular, Mayberry expressed disgust at the reaction to a
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