Paramore - The Final RIOT!
NME.COM feature on Paramore - The Final RIOT! album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Emo’s great hopes attempt to expand their sound. They blow it
The assuredness of Paramore’s debut ‘All We Know Is Falling’ placed them as musical saviours in waiting. An electric shock of songs that pinged with headbanging enthusiasm as much as it made you cry, it summed up everything emo was in 2005. It dripped with angst and unapologetic catchiness. It pissed off emo kids and pop purists alike by falling between the two camps while being a great...
- Jun 25, 2007
As radio-conquering as 'Don't Speak'
- May 17, 2013
The trio trade in emo for pop, but is it worth is?
- Apr 8, 2013
Third album maturity amounts to the anger being turned up, and effectively so
- Sep 28, 2009
The video sees two fans traveling from America to watch the band play
"I'm so excited to see this stuff surfacing because it's real" said the punk pop frontwoman
Hayley Williams and co showcase their new self-titled record at London's Roundhouse
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