debby breaks up with dallon, a detective in brooklyn. all mistakes are my own : D][title may change] Every summer for as long as Zac can remember has been great, but he knows this one is going to be perfect. Which of course means that something does.(Taylor is new.
ainsley harriot and mahatma gandhi appear a lot more than necessary. also ainsley and gandhi for the shits and giggles.][short chaps, sporadic uploads.][un-beta'd.
“Everything is falling into place the way it’s supposed to,” she says.
Her singing chops earned her a string of cameos on other albums, including October Fall’s A Season in Hell and Say Anything’s In Defense of the Genre, while her looks won her the honor of Kerrang’s “Second Sexiest Female” in 2007. Paramore also charted another hit with their contribution to the Twilight soundtrack, “Decode.” Williams made more guest appearances in 2009, including a performance alongside her new boyfriend, Chad Gilbert, on the New Found Glory track “Tangled Up.” Meanwhile, Paramore wrapped up work on a third album, Brand New Eyes, and released it that September, where it debuted at number two and quickly went gold.
Williams remained focused on Paramore, though, whose 2007 sophomore effort Riot! Also appearing that autumn was Williams’ first solo composition, “Teenagers,” which was included on the movie soundtrack to Jennifer’s Body.
This all came a year after Williams threw her pipes into Atlanta rapper B.o.
B.’s otherwise dishwater radio hit “Airplanes.” As the tune floated up the Billboard singles chart, fans wondered whether the singer was branding herself as a solo artist.
Williams, Davis and York insist that idea was never in play, and three years later, they have the best Paramore album ever recorded to prove it.
With guidance from producer Justin Meldal-Johnsen, former bassist for Nine Inch Nails and Beck, the band has gone chasing after new textures and new tempos with no fear.“Even if I tried, I could never not have this coursing through my veins,” says Williams of the band she joined at 14.It’s six hours before showtime in Austin — a midnight showcase at the South By Southwest music festival designed to reintroduce Paramore to the industry, the media, the fans, the universe. Williams, 24, wears her orange hair in a Dutch crown braid, looking more like a sprite than the punk who joined Paramore in Franklin, Tenn., a decade ago.One year later, Williams returned to the upper reaches of the charts with “Airplanes,” a collaboration with hip-hop artist B.o. that peaked at number two in America and topped the charts in England.Gatorade hairdo blow-dried into feathery thistles, Hayley Williams twirls around the stage like some punk rock bird of paradise, punching ghosts, spitting flame.“We all started a band as kids because we really just wanted to be in a band,” Williams says. And you can’t fault someone for not being happy or for finding complete joy in the same things that you do.” Williams has used this high-road party line in just about every interview since the split.