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Paramore’s Hayley Williams Gets Emotional During Performance at Recent Concert



It’s no secret that Paramore has been going through a lot. From issues with band members to the return of some of the departed band members to a new album reflecting the struggles, it’s been a roller coaster for the popular rock band. Paramore has been on a successful tour capitalizing on the new album and during a recent performance, Hayley Williams took to the mic to thank fans for their continued support over the past year before she went into a song from the group’s latest album. The song which is called ’26’ is clearly an emotional song which Hayley describes as ‘the heart’ of the album’. Williams had a tough time making it through the song which includes the lyric ‘hold on to hope if you got it don’t let it go for nobody’. During the emotional performance, Hayley relied on the fans to help her get through the song.

“This song is what’s happening underneath all of it, its the heartbeat of the album.”

In a recent tweet, Hayley Williams mentioned that she had to thank God and count her blessings for the tour and success of the album as the band continues to heal from its past.

“God knows the world is dark and we have to seek out joy with fierce intention”


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