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Hayley Williams To Release New Song On Petals For Armor: Self-Serenades EP

Hayley Williams announces the Petals For Armor: Self-Serenades EP – featuring a brand-new song…

It’s been such a bizarre time that it barely even feels as though Hayley Williams released her excellent debut solo album Petals For Armor in 2020 – and yet the Paramore vocalist is giving fans even more new material as the year begins to wrap up.

Hayley has just announced details of the Petals For Armor: Self-Serenades EP, which not only features acoustic versions of Why We Ever and lead single Simmer, but also a brand-new track: Find Me Here. The three-track effort is due out on December 18, and can be pre-ordered/pre-saved at this link.

Read this: The rise, resilience and evolution of Hayley Williams

Before Petals For Armor’s release in May, Hayley revealed her nerves about going solo’: This is the first time that I am seeing my name everywhere, and it kind of gives me heebie-jeebies a little bit,” she told Rolling Stone. My name doesn’t look like a name, to me, that you would see on a marquee. I also feel like Paramore is half, if not more, of who I am.” 

She also said of the often dark lyrical subject matter that makes up the record: I don’t think you can get to the good shit without digging through the bad first. It’s like you are trying to find the centre of the Earth – how can you find that without cracking through limestone and heavy, hard things?”

Posted on October 27th 2020, 5:35p.m.
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