It’s been three years since Paramore released After Laughter, and it looks as though new music is finally on the horizon.
Fan theories have come to the forefront that suggest that Paramore are dropping subtle hits that new music could be a-coming.
Earlier this week, the band made slight changes to their social media platforms. The band have shared what looks to be a brand-new promo shot to their socials and Spotify profile. We don’t want to get ahead of ourselves and read too much into what could be nothing, but we want this so badly to mean something.
@paramore i’m going crazy rn. what’s with the new display picture?? is there some good news within it?? new music pls ♡
— melvz (@m9lvz) September 25, 2020
OMYGOD, PARAMORE JUST CHANGED THEIR PROFILE PICTURE!!!! DOES IT EQUIVALENT NEW MUSIC? IM SO EXCITED WTF ?♥ pic.twitter.com/qdYgQAutNl
— minhoe IN生 (@minhoe_yuh) September 26, 2020
Paramore updated their profile photo omg. they never really do this unless new music is coming omgomg I hope!!! FINALLY!!
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— Ryan. ☁️? (@luperena_) September 25, 2020
In other news, Hayley Williams recently took part in the Paramore TikTok challenge that has been making the rounds.
The challenge was started by TikTokker @thetinzman who shared a video skit of a dying boy awoken from a coma once he hears the high note Hayley hits in Brand New Eyes cut ‘All I Wanted.’ Hayley shared a video of herself reacting and commentating the clip. Exceptionally wholesome content.
The challenge also caused a surge in streaming numbers, with ‘All I Wanted amassing over 40 million streams on Spotify, making it the 6th most popular Paramore song on the streaming service.
Paramore have never played this song live. We’re hoping that whenever live music does wake from the dead, this newfound interest in the song will encourage the band to debut it live.