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Album Review: 5 Must-Hear Tracks From Paramore’s Latest Record, ‘After Laughter’

By  June 15, 2017

Paramore's much-awaited comeback is living proof that former teenage bands can still catch up and successfully embody a hipster persona despite already approaching the dreaded age of 30.

The emo-pop band continuously satisfy their fans' cravings with a slightly different genre in their new album, After Laughter. Despite the shift in genres, solid Paramore fans seemed to be less critical about the band's transformation as former drummer Zac Farro has rejoined the band.

With influences from disco, funk, and new wave, the record is jam-packed with frolicking dance anthems just begging to be replayed. Notable basslines and synth accompaniments are also what makes this album an irresistible listen.

But don't be fooled by the upbeat, energetic sound of After Laughter as most tracks deal with themes of life's most philosophical questions.

The 12-track album is the perfect epitome of a flawless transition from alternative rock to indie pop.

With this, here are 5 must-listen tracks from the album:

 

1. Rose-Colored Boy

This song was reportedly about Hayley Williams’ thoughts on Taylor York’s nagging optimism that led Hayley to write the lyrics, “Hey man, we all can't be like you. I wish we were all rose-colored too”.

 

2. Fake Happy

What’s commendable and alluring about this track is it starts with a mellow intro that beautifully progresses to the upbeat verses and chorus. It’s as though it truly encapsulates the meaning of being lonely and having to keep a positive facade, exemplifying what it’s really like to be “fake happy”.

 

3. Pool

Pool is a love song drowned in lyrics about uncertainties in relationships. This is mostly evident in its tug-of-war-like rhythm.

 

4. Idle Worship

A song dedicated to avid Hayley fanatics, Idle Worship reminds us that glorification of celebrities isn't really what it's all cracked up to be - "Be sure to put your faith in something more. I'm just a girl and you're not as alone as you feel."

 

5. Caught In The Middle

Challenged by the inevitable fact of growing old, Paramore breaks down their deepest thoughts about having to leave youth behind. Caught In The Middle revolves around the feeling of distress and hides it in this magnetic banger of a song. 

 

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What’s your favorite song off the album?

 

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