Paramore Drop ‘Dance Punk’ New Single ‘C’ est Comme Ça’: Stream It Now



Zachary Gray *

There’s still concerning a month entrusted to precede Paramore‘s highly anticipated sixth studio album, This Is Why, arrives, but it is finally beginning to take shape with the release of new single “C’ est Comme Ça.”

Described by frontwoman Hayley Williams as a dancing punk recover, the brand-new track showed up Thursday (Jan 12). It’s the 3rd solitary to be revealed off This Is Why, due outFeb 10, and also complies with lead solitary and also title track “This Is Why” in addition to “The News.”

“C’est Comme Ça” mostly includes the Nashville indigenous supplying sharp, irony-clad verses in talked word type over drummer Zac Farro’s driving percussion and also guitar player Taylor York’s percussive riffs. The caustic nature of the knowledgeables is switched on its head, however, with every rep of its cloying primary hook: “C’est comme ça, na na na na na na na.”

“I know that regression is rarely rewarded/ I still need a certain degree of disorder,” Williams belts, an uncommon minute on the track where she sings as opposed to talks. “I hate to admit getting better is boring/ But the high cost of chaos?/ Who can afford it?”

Fans have actually been waiting on the solitary given that Paramore started teasing it in the week before its launch. At one factor, the band uploaded a cryptic video to its Instagram tale, captioning it with just the letters “ccc.”

“I’m trying to get un-addicted to a survival narrative,” Williams stated of the track’s definition in a declaration. “The idea of imminent doom is less catastrophic to me than not knowing anything about the future or my part in it. The guys and I are all in much more stable places in our lives than ever before. And somehow that is harder for me to adjust to.”

The triad’s newly found security follows a five-year hiatus, which Williams, Farro and also York invested pausing from the needs of being among the globe’s favorite pop punk teams to review and also check out solo tasks. They have not launched a cd given that going down After Laughter in 2017, and also before their string of real-time programs in 2015, they had not explored in almost as much time.

Speaking to Zane Lowe for Apple Music 1, Williams stated Paramore “had a really good time getting back into a little bit of dance punk vibes” when making “C’est Comme Ça.”

“I had been listening to a lot of Dry Cleaning and Yard Act and just artists that talk a lot over great, cool, music,” she shared. “So I guess I was just feeling poetic and feeling a bit critical of myself and fused all that stuff.”

Stream Paramore’s latest solitary “C’est Comme Ça” listed below:



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