17 Songs, 1 Hour 3 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Paramore's first album since 2009’s Brand New Eyes is also the first without original members Josh and Zac Farro. In 2011, fans were treated to a new Paramore song, “Monster”, which appeared on the Transformers soundtrack and featured the new stripped-down line-up. “Now” is an urgent, pop-friendly rocker with punk edges, reminiscent of vintage No Doubt.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

Paramore's first album since 2009’s Brand New Eyes is also the first without original members Josh and Zac Farro. In 2011, fans were treated to a new Paramore song, “Monster”, which appeared on the Transformers soundtrack and featured the new stripped-down line-up. “Now” is an urgent, pop-friendly rocker with punk edges, reminiscent of vintage No Doubt.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
8.1K Ratings

8.1K Ratings

Broken Headphones ,

THE TIME IS "NOW!"

I've been waiting for Paramore's return for such a long time, and now it's finally here. Get ready, people. Hayley, Jeremy, and Taylor are about to bring us one of the best albums of 2013!

bluemouseman ,

It's definitely Different.

It's definitely different than what we're used to but it's a good thing. It's great to see the band step away from the singles club releases but still sound like Paramore. It's emotional and moody and complex. It's great and why they're my favorite band.

CountOfConundrums ,

Stop and listen NOW

People seem to be to focused on what Paramore was. Listen to the song.. With out thinking of who it is. listen to the heavy edgy bass, the extended keyboard, the ambient singing. This song has personality! It's the same band, just a matured sound. Bands are suppose to evolve. Now to those saying its "generic." In which way? Cause if you mean every song on the charts, your wrong. Passion pit, FUN, Linkin Park, It's all different in some way. As for the lyrics, yes they're the same subject as all paramore songs, just like all Maroon 5 songs are the same.
I'm not asking you to like it. I'm asking you to hear it out, rather than seeing the name of the band and thinking the words "Pressure" or "Misery Business" we're mentioned.

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