Paramore - Brand New Eyes (Deluxe Edition)
NME.COM feature on Paramore - Brand New Eyes (Deluxe Edition) album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Third album maturity amounts to the anger being turned up, and effectively so
You can see it in the pointed use of lower case lettering in the album title on the artwork, in the cruelly dismembered and mounted butterfly on the cover and in the tormented song titles – ‘Turn It Off’, ‘Ignorance’, ‘Playing God’. Paramore have not only grown up, but grown into a cynical bunch. Despite being largely invisible to the ‘serious’ music fan in your life,...
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It’s worth the (25-hour!) wait, that’s for sure. 02 Academy, Islington, London, Monday, September 7
- Sep 16, 2009
The video sees two fans traveling from America to watch the band play
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