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After 5 years, Paramore hints at comeback album and new US tour

By Catherine Kris Ciar Published Sep 09, 2022 9:08 pm

This year has no doubt been packed with artist comebacks, and it looks like Paramore is not an exception.

On Sept. 7, the group, consisting of Hayley Williams, Taylor York, and Zac Farro, all changed their Instagram profile pictures with similar images of each of them having their faces sticking up a window. 

Eagle-eyed fans also noticed that the group archived all of their Instagram post, except for two that talk about their Fall 2022 tour.

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Paramore's change of profile pictures comes a little less than a year since Williams wrote a newsletter in November 2021, wherein she thanked her fans and at the same time, teased their group's possible comeback.

“Before I go, thank y’all so much for the incredible support these last couple years. I know we didn’t get to properly come together to sing and vent and sweat it all out…but I do think that Petals and descansos lived exactly the lives they were meant to," Williams wrote.

"Besides, Paramore can’t be ‘on a break’ forever now can we? I love y’all. See you sometime next year?" she concluded her letter.

Since Williams's statement, Paramore fans have been eagerly waiting for their comeback album to drop. Now, they are clearly holding to the edge of their seats, as aside from the group's new Instagram photo, the brand's official website also changed its content with a designated tab for an upcoming fall 2022 tour in North America.

The American rock band released their fifth and latest album "After Laughter" on May 12, 2017. It debuted at number 6 on the US Billboard 200, making it their third album to debut in the top 10 of the chart.

Shortly after, Williams returned to her solo music career and later released her album "Petals for Amor" in 2020, where she also featured her bandmates York and Farron. According to a report by Pitchfork, Williams referred to this album as an extension of her work with the band.

The following year, in February 2021, the singer launched her second album "Flowers for Vases/Descansos," which she referred to as her first true solo endeavor.

Paramore has yet to release the details of their possible comeback album and confirm their alleged world tour.