Paramore reveal tracklisting for new self-titled album

The band's fourth will be released on April 8

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Paramore have announced details of the tracks which will feature on their new self-titled album.

Last week, the band released a trailer for the new album – released April 8 - which shows the group writing and recording together with audio clips of new material.

When asked about what influenced their writing and recording, singer Hayley Williams recently revealed an unlikely set of influences, including Mercury Music Prize winners Alt-J : "Taylor [York, guitarist] was listening to Alt-J a lot, I was listening to that Sirius XM channel called 1st Wave every day just getting my gothy vibes on in the car, and Jeremy (Davis, bassist) keeps us well versed in new hip-hop."

She continued: "I'd be lying if I said we didn't collectively listen to more electronic music during this process than ever before. I think it's just because that genre is super hot right now. Even so, I wouldn't say we sound like any of those bands. It sounds more like someone let us loose in a blow up castle full of instruments and we just bounced around it in for a few days."

However, Williams was quick to play down any fears, adding: "No dubstep was jammed in the making of this album."

'Paramore' will be released on April 8. The band will precede the album with the release of their new single 'Now', which is out in the UK on February 24.

The 'Paramore' tracklisting is as follows:

'Fast in My Car'
'Now'
'Grow Up'
'Daydreaming'
'Interlude: Moving On'
'Ain't It Fun'
'Part II'
'Last Hope'
'Still Into You'
'Anklebiters'
'interlude: Holiday'
'Proof'
'Hate to See Your Heart Break'
'(One of Those) Crazy Girls'
'interlude: I'm Not Angry Anymore'
'Be Alone'
'Future'


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