Award-winning rock band Paramore has hit the studio for the first time in five years. Image via Twitter @paramore

Rock band Paramore hits the studio for their sixth studio album [watch]

American rock band Paramore have confirmed they are back in the studio to work on their sixth studio album.


Award-winning rock band Paramore has hit the studio for the first time in five years. Image via Twitter @paramore

American rock band Paramore has been absent from the music scene for five years. The Grammy-nominated band is back in the studio working on their sixth album, which is the first album the band has started and completed as a trio. 


Paramore was formed in Franklin, Tennessee in 2004. The band is made up of lead vocalist Hayley Williams, guitarist Taylor York and drummer Zac Farro. The talented band’s sound is a fusion of rock, pop and alternative music. 

Together, the band has delivered five quality rock albums, but it was their sophomore release Riot that caught the attention of many. The album features hits like Misery Business and That’s What You Get

The band’s last album After Laughter was released in 2017 and featured timeless songs like Hard Times, Caught In the Middle and the emotional 26


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According to Rolling Stone, Paramore has hit the studio for the first time since the release of their fifth album, After Laughter. Hayley Williams shared that the band has already started recording their sixth studio album. 

“It’s really exciting because the three of us have completely different strengths when it comes to creating. It’s making the music and just the whole process of making a Paramore album feel completely new.” 

Williams further mentioned the music they were excited by in their early days, is not the music they are currently making. 

“Our output has always been all over the place and with this project, it’s not that different. We’re still in the thick of it but some things have remained consistent from the start.” 

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Over the years, Paramore has gained millions of fans all over the world and several took to Twitter to share their excitement about the band’s return to the studio. One tweep wrote: “Paramore coming to save 2022.” 

Another wrote: “Dreamed of the day people would tweep ‘Paramore is coming’ with a recent studio photo now it’s real we won.”

“Do you call it ‘2022’ or ‘the year we’re finally getting the sixth Paramore album?'”