Paramore tease new album with mysterious artwork?

Album No.5 is on its way

Paramore's Hayley Williams
Paramore’s Hayley Williams

Paramore appear to be teasing the release of their long-awaited new album by mysteriously unveiling new artwork.

The band, who recently returned to cover Radiohead at their first gig with former drummer Zac Farro in seven years, have sparked much speculation among fans after changing their Twitter and Facebook profile photos to show the gradual emerging of what seems to be a new logo and teasing new cover art. They’ve also shared a new press photo on iTunes and various other music services:

First promo photo from the new album/era!!!

— Paramore Album 5 (@PmoreAlbum5) April 18, 2017

Fans have reacted with excitement and optimism:

Paramore teasing the new album #5moreIsComing

— Hamageddon (@TheCunningHam_) April 18, 2017

WAIT A MINUTE? a new album of paramore is coming out?

— ˗ˏˋ kstew ˎˊ˗ (@widowsheroes) April 18, 2017


— sam carr 🌿 (@saamcarr) April 18, 2017


— Paramore Mexico (@Paramore_Mex) April 18, 2017

My face every time I see a tweet from @yelyahwilliams or @paramore talking about the new album #myheartonlybeatsforparamore

— Luis YMAS ▌▌▌ (@para_wizard2084) April 18, 2017

Drummer Farro parted ways with the group in 2010, along with his brother and guitarist Josh. He rejoined the band earlier this year to work on their upcoming fifth album.

After registering an entire album’s worth of 12 new songs and promising to tour in 2017, Paramore recently gave an update on their fifth album, saying: “following up our self-titled album didn’t seem like it was going to be an easy task and, unsurprisingly, it was not. the problem about comparing yourself to… yourself… is that even though it’s better than looking elsewhere, you’re still looking in the wrong direction.”

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The band’s previous record was their acclaimed self-titled 2013 album, which saw them rise to a triumphant headline set at Reading & Leeds Festival 2014.



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