Paramore are a pop rock band from Tennessee, currently featuring Hayley Williams, Taylor York and Zac Farro, best known for singles such as Misery Business, The Only Exception, Still Into You and Ain't It Fun.
Formed in 2004, the band released their debut album, ‘All We Know is Falling’ in 2005, but it was their second record, ‘Riot!’, released in 2007, that brought them into the mainstream, reaching #15 in the Billboard 100. ‘Brand New Eyes’, released in 2009 hit #2 in the chart, while their self-titled album hit the top spot in 2013. The band released their latest album, ‘After Laughter’, on May 12, 2017 via Fueled by Ramen.
The band have headlined their own shows and tours across the world, including their The Final Riot! Tour in 2008, the Brand New Eyes World Tour in 2009-12 and The Self-Titled Tour in 2013-15. They also co-headlined the Monumentour with Fall Out Boy and headlined the Honda Civic Tour in 2010.
Paramore headed to the USA and Canada for a tour with Best Coast in autumn 2017, and returned to the UK and Europe in early 2018 for an arena tour, before heading to Australia.
Next up, they bring the After Laughter tour across the US and Canaga agahin, this time joined by Foster the People. After the end of the tour, they return home to Tennessee for Paramore Art and Friends. Catch them live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.
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Glasgow Carling Academy, Glasgow on February 28 2014
Paramore are such a nice incredible band because their concerts have so much energy and they invite their fans on stage to sing with them. They are so sweet and amaxing. I loved when they sung misery business and still into you because I felt they are the songs where most of the bands and fans energy came from in the concerts!