Paramore share side A of their new album ahead of release – listen

The punk-pop band's fourth LP 'Paramore' is set for official release on April 8

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Paramore have shared the first side of their forthcoming new album online.

The band have posted a YouTube clip of them introducing the first four tracks on their fourth album, 'Paramore'. "Oh so you made it here? Thanks for coming to hang out with us. You wanna hear side A of our album?" says frontwoman Hayley Williams in the video.

Scroll down to listen to 'Fast In My Car', the previously released 'Now', 'Grow Up' and 'Daydreaming'.

They will be sharing all four sides of the double vinyl LP over the course of this week, before the record's official release on April 8. Paramore will post side B later tonight at Paramore.net, followed by side C tomorrow (April 3) and side D on Thursday (April 4).

Paramore will play an intimate UK show at London's Garage on April 5 to support the record's release.

The group partially recorded 'Paramore' in Prince's room at Sunset Sound in Los Angeles.

Hayley Williams recently said: "We were actually in Prince's room that he built… he lived there for, I heard, like, two years or something. We were just in his room, just chillin'."

The 'Paramore' tracklisting is:

'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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