Paramore debut new single 'Hello Cold World' online – audio

The second installment of the band's 'Singles Club' has been unveiled

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Paramore have unveiled their new single 'Hello Cold World', scroll down to the bottom of the page and click to listen to the track.

The track is the second installment of the band's 'Singles Club', which offers fans the chance to buy one new track per month for three months.

'Hello Cold World' follows last month's release of 'Renegade', the first single of the three. The final track, 'In The Mourning', will come out on December 5.

The band said at the outset of 'Singles Club' that they wanted to mark 2011 with the new tracks and would shortly be starting work on their fourth studio album.

They wrote: "We really wanted to do something special for all of you around the holidays to thank you for making 2011 so amazing and sticking with us as we go into 2012 and start working on the new album."



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