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Zac Farro Confirms He’s Working With Paramore Again!

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As long time Paramore fans we’re gushing over this news. We have learned via Alternative Press that Zac Farro will be drumming on the 5th Paramore album.

In 2010 Zac and his brother Josh left the band after long time differences but it seems now all of that is in the past. Early last month Paramore sent out cryptic tweets that contained pictures of them “having lunch with Zac and nothing more.”

Once these pictures hit the interwebs the Parafamily went wild with speculation and now in a recent interview with Idobi Zac confirms that he will indeed be drumming on the next Paramore record, but that’s it.
Zac had this to say about the whole thing

“They’ve asked me to play drums on their album, on their new album. So [Hayley] put it on their Instagram and put it on their website, and it’s no joke that I’m back just playing drums for them on their album alongside with doing my HalfNoise stuff. That’s it, and that’s literally all it is right now. No one’s really asked cause I’ve kind of deterred the question, but I’m doing HalfNoise – that’s my band. They’ve asked me to drum, and it was like, ‘Yeah, of course!’ We’ve always been friends, and yeah, there was a little bit of weirdness cause I left the band for a few years, but all that stuff is not even there anymore and there’s no hard feelings and it’s just been rad and fun.”

So although there’s no official reunion plans that doesn’t mean we can’t be hopeful. Want to prep yourself for what’s to come? Then click here to relive some of Zac Farro’s best live moments. youtu.be/6sxQDD5hTPs

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