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Hayley Williams to release new album FLOWERS for VASES / descansos this Friday

Paramore’s Hayley Williams is releasing her second solo album – the follow-up to 2020’s Petals For Armor – on February 5.

Brace yourselves: it looks like Hayley Williams is releasing a whole new solo record this coming Friday (February 5).

The Paramore vocalist will be following up 2020’s Petals For Armor with FLOWERS for VASES / descansos, with eagle-eyed fans speculating that it’ll consist of 14 songs – including My Limb, a song that Hayley personally hand-delivered to a fan last week.

The record is also apparently going to feature the track Find Me Here from last year’s Self-Serenades EP, as well as Asystole, Just A Lover and Good Grief according to Reddit (see below). 

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Earlier this year, Hayley reminded Paramore fans that the band are absolutely not over. She had previously said that she had to trust” that her bandmates Taylor York and Zac Farro know that Hayley’s not looking for greener grass” with her solo material, then tweeting that Paramore splitting up ain’t happening”. Phew.

Anyway, check out what is presumably the artwork for FLOWERS for VASES / descansos below:

And see what info Reddit have been gathering on the LP:

Posted on February 4th 2021, 12:44p.m.
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