is back with another record, this time more bright and flamboyant than there usual endeavors.
However, the emotional meter is right at the regular level: considerably high, nothing new for this Nashville band.
I’ve never listened to anything that has made me more happy and depressed at the same time. The lyrics are self-searching and honest and borderline sad. However, this sadness is covered by waves of loud, vibrant melodies and harmonies, A certain melancholy buried by ecstatic beats and pop sounds. It’s the most almost this contradiction that’s so beautiful and pure.
Even though it’s different, it’s classic Paramore. Raw, genuine music straight from the heart. Their signature “yeah we’re messed up, but it’s okay” vibe pulses throughout the record. They’ve come to terms with the fact that they’re human and they accept the feelings that should and should not be there. They’re not afraid to hurt or to heal or t of being jealous, alone, scared, or angry. They fully indulge in all these emotions because it’s what makes us human. If you haven’t listened to the album, try it.