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’

‘Emergency’

‘Let This Go’

‘Fences’

‘Flames’

‘When It Rains’

‘Sweetness’

‘Crush’

‘Pressure’

‘Here We Go’

‘That’s What You Get’

‘My Heart’

‘Decoy’

‘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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