Hayley Williams just revealed her top five Paramore songs of all time
29 June 2020, 16:28
Hayley Williams has revealed what her top 5 Paramore songs are, and it's good news for After Laughter fans.
While we patiently wait for the next Paramore album to drop, leading lady Hayley Williams has finally given the lowdown on what her top five songs they've made are. And we're actually kind of surprised.
It's no secret that the last two albums from the band are her favourite, but taking to Twitter to answer fan questions, she revealed that her favourite song they've created is 'Told You So' from After Laughter.
Taking 2nd, 3rd and 4th place were 'Hard Times', 'Pool' and 'Rose-Colored Boy', also from the same album, with 2008 Twilight soundtrack feature 'I Caught Myself' securing the 5th place spot. Of course, honourable mentions went to 'Hate To See Your Heart Break' and 'Tell Me How', because who can pick just five?
We told you she was a fan of those albums...
With so many incredible Paramore bangers to choose from, the stans just weren't having it. A fan requested a recount, excluding songs from After Laughter, so Hayley was then forced to rethink her choices minus the latest record.
Is it 'Decode'? 'Daydreaming'? (It definitely won't be Misery Business...)
Not quite. In fact, it turns out Hayley has a penchant for the more recent, heavier music in their collection.
1. Future (live)— hayley from Paramore 🌺 (@yelyahwilliams) June 28, 2020
2. Crazy Girls
3. Fast In My Car
4. Last Hope
5. Aint It Fun
basically, the last 2 paramore albums are our best. nooo contest. https://t.co/i6wI8NflAd
Changing her tone, she quickly gave a well-deserved top spot to solemn ballad 'Future', as well as '(One Of Those) Crazy Girls', 'Fast In My Car', 'Last Hope', and fan-favourite 'Ain't It Fun'.
Dare we say...justice for RIOT!?
Of course being an unbiased queen and satisfying all areas of the fan base, she then finally went back to the band's roots and revealed her favourite songs from their 2009 album Brand New Eyes.
Well, ok we lied. Not quite. And it's bad news if you've spent many a night getting teary-eyed to 'The Only Exception'.
u kno wut, fuck it...— hayley from Paramore 🌺 (@yelyahwilliams) June 28, 2020
BNE top 5:
5. Exception https://t.co/zbGGjWXKN1
She's technically given us ten songs to debate with, so we can't be mad about her choices none-the-less, and we know we'd struggle to even narrow it down to that many. While we're excited for the next album, but we're definitely not excited for having to rethink our ultimate Paramore playlist.
Still, catch us aboard the next Parahoy cruise, though.