Paramore and New Found Glory cover Bob Dylan in London

Bands perform special duet at UK shows

Paramore joined support band New Found Glory onstage for a Bob Dylan cover at their two-night London stint at the weekend (February 1, 2).

Singer Hayley Williams joined New Found Glory onstage, performing Bob Dylan‘s 1964 track ‘It Ain’t Me, Babe’ – a song often played live with Joan Baez – with frontman Jordan Pundik.

Meanwhile Paramore covered Jimmy Eat World‘s ‘Sweetness’ during their set.


Paramore played:

‘For A Pessimist I Am Pretty Optimistic’

‘Born For This’


‘Let This Go’




‘When It Rains’




‘Here We Go’

‘That’s What You Get’

‘My Heart’


‘Misery Business’

Additionally at the first show the Tennessee four-piece were presented with a Gold disc for ‘Riot!’ by their record label.

Check out NME.COM‘s exclusive Paramore picture gallery from the London shows now.

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