Paramore starting work on first post-Farro songs

Hayley Williams says the band are recording in Los Angeles

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Paramore singer Hayley Williams has revealed that she, guitarist Taylor York and bassist Jeremy Davis are recording new material this week (beginning March 21).

Williams tweeted the news from Twitter.com/yelyahwilliams, explaining that the trio were working on the songs in Los Angeles.

"Just got a call from @itstayloryall [York]," she wrote. "He and @schzimmydeanie [Davis] just touched down in LA! We're recording a couple new songs this week!"

The new songs will be the first the band have recorded since the departure of founder members Josh and Zac Farro last December.

The band debuted a new song, 'In The Mourning', in February live in Brazil. Watch video footage of it by scrolling down and clicking below.


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