Fueled By Ramen recording group Paramore has unveiled their video for “Rose-Colored Boy,” the latest single from their fifth album, “AFTER LAUGHTER.” The delightfully tongue-in-cheek clip – directed by Warren Fu (The Weeknd, Haim)
Meanwhile, Paramore will kick off ‘Tour Four’ this week, making their highly anticipated return to Australia & New Zealand for their first headline shows there in over four years, along with dates in Indonesia, Philippines, Japan & Hawaii. Paramore will then set sail on their PARAHOY! DEEP SEARCH cruise, the sold out third installment of their hugely popular PARAHOY! vacation experience sailing round trip from Miami, FL to Nassau, Bahamas on April 6ththrough 10th. Paramore are also set to light up a number of summer festivals, including Boston, MA’s Boston Calling (May 25th) and Manchester, TN’s Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival (June 7th – June 10th) – the latter marking the Nashville band’s first-ever appearance at their home state’s famed festival. For updates and ticket availability, please see http://www.paramore.net/tour.
Paramore’s fifth studio release and first new album in more than four years, “AFTER LAUGHTER” is available now at all retailers and streaming services. Highlighted by the singles “Hard Times,” “Told You So” and “Fake Happy,” the album debuted on the SoundScan/Billboard 200 at #6 upon its May 2017 release – Paramore’s third consecutive top 10 chart debut. The album has since proven one of 2017’s most critically applauded releases, with NPR¸ Rolling Stone, Billboard, The Guardian, SPIN, Noisey, Alternative Press, Brooklyn Vegan, Fuse and Stereogum each ranking it among their “Best Albums of 2017” lists.
Paramore has celebrated “AFTER LAUGHTER” by spending much of 2017 on the road, drawing acclaim from coast to coast. “A 2017 Paramore concert impresses simply by stacking the hits on top of each other until the lights come up,” enthused SPIN, while Billboard raved, “(Hayley) Williams fulfilled her frontwoman duties to the fullest, with hair-flip headbanging and can-can kicks galore.” Perhaps Mashable said it best: “Unafraid of emotion, Paramore delivers the therapeutic pop-rock show 2017 needs.”