Paramore’s New Track, “Now”

Paramore have been a part of the public consciousness since the release of their sophomore album, Riot! Paramore formed in Franklin, Tennessee in 2004, and currently consists of lead vocalist Hayley Williams, bassist Jeremy Davis, and guitarist Taylor York. The band has been without founding members Josh Farro and Zac Farro since they left the band in 2010. The brothers were later replaced by touring members Josh Freese who plays drums, rhythm guitarist Jon Howard, and guitarist Justin York.

The band released a new single entitled, “Now” which is the first song to be released off the band’s fourth studio album which will be released April 9, 2013 through Fueled by Ramen. The song starts off with guitar, drums, and an odd vocal by Williams. This verse eventually goes into a cool pre-chorus which is very interestingly arranged and driven by a grinding bass part. This is followed by an awesome chorus with great lyrics that state. The song repeats this pattern again until it hits a bridge that I really enjoyed. This bridge sections is quickly followed by a chorus that closes the song.

Check Out The Track Here


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2 thoughts on “Paramore’s New Track, “Now”

  1. Tracey says:

    I know quite a few die-hard Paramore fans who were disappointed by this new song. As someone who is fairly indifferent to them, I don’t mind it!

  2. phaerygurl says:

    I actually wondered what happened to Paramore. I first discovered their song “Crushcrushcrush” and loved it and have their first two albums (I think). Glad to hear they’re still making music and still being funky.

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