The seventh annual iTunes Festival returns to London this fall with a number of top-name acts in tow. The fest — set to run every night of September at the Roundhouse in Camden — features more than 60 acts, including several new additions, among them Vampire Weekend, Kings of Leon, Paramore, Sigur Ros, Rizzle Kicks and Italian composer Ludovico Einaudi.
To commemorate its 15th anniversary, the Voodoo Music + Arts Experience has announced the first 15 acts on this year’s lineup. Pearl Jam, Nine Inch Nails and Paramore are just a few of the groups set to perform at the three-day bash, which comes to the New Orleans City Park Festival Grounds on Nov. 1-3.
Paramore’s new self-titled album dropped today (April 9) via Fueled by Ramen, and they’ve just rolled out a video for their latest single, ‘Still Into You.’ The clip features singer Hayley Williams and her bandmates riding bikes, frolicking around in a sea of balloons and generally wreaking havoc inside of a picturesque mansion.
The most revealing track on Paramore’s fourth album is also its thinnest. “Let them play their songs, let them say what’s right and wrong / ... I could be angry, but you’re not worth the fight, and besides, I’m moving on,” Hayley Williams sings on the 90-second ‘Interlude: Moving On,’ a brief ukulele-strummed throwaway that shows up a third of the way through ‘Paramore.’ It’s the most disposable t
Paramore fans were in for a treat at the Warner Sound showcase at SXSW 2013 last night (March 13), when the band unleashed a brand-new tune, ‘Still Into You.’ (Watch the video above.) During the song, singer Hayley Williams prowled the stage with fierce red hair, unstoppable energy and paint on her face.