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Paramore feeling 'bittersweet' about moving on from 'Brand New Eyes'

Band will begin writing new album next year

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Paramore have admitted that they have mixed feelings about starting work on their fourth album next year.

Speaking to MTV News, guitarist Taylor York described the band's feelings about moving from 2009's ‘Brand New Eyes’ as "bittersweet".

The album, which has sold over two million copies and has yielded five singles, is the band’s most successful yet. York has admitted that he’s torn about moving on from it, saying: "We're kind of at the end of this record, but it's bittersweet."

The band have also indicated that they will record their new album at their home base in Tennessee rather than on tour. Frontwoman Hayley Williams said: "We like to do it [record albums] at home mostly. We like to wait and kind of really focus on the records when we have time off."

Paramore tour South America in February and March 2011.

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