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Hayley Williams has yet again reminded everyone that Paramore aren’t breaking up

Paramore splitting up ain’t happening”, vocalist Hayley Williams reassures fans.

Not for the first time in recent memory, Hayley Williams has once again stressed that Paramore are very much still going strong following the successful launch of her solo career last year.

Previously she stated that she had to trust” that bandmates Taylor York and Zac Farro​know that Hayley’s not looking for greener grass” by going it alone for a bit. And now, the vocalist has joked that fans have been worried” about Paramore splitting for too long”. Ain’t happening,” she tweeted.

Potentially, in fact, the Tennessee trio might even have new music on the way. They sent out a cryptic tweet last month teasing that they didn’t want their listeners woken up just yet”, suggesting that material might be coming somewhere down the line.

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In April 2020, Hayley reflected on the impact of coronavirus on her touring plans – both with the Petals For Armor cycle, and in the future, too.

I’m grieving the possibility of not being able to do that type of tour and maybe having to plan something else but yeah,” she said.​“Eventually, [I want to] play these songs live, hopefully make more music and make another Paramore record and just go to dinner with my friends as much as possible when this is over.”

Anyway, check out Hayley’s latest tweet below. Panic over, people…

Posted on January 5th 2021, 1:24p.m.
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