Live your life for you and prove you are a better person by being a good person.I don't wish bad things upon them, but unfortunately, my trusty ol' friend Karma has paid both of them many visits this past i remember the first time i watched the music video for this song. but enough about that.i can relate to the song in a really twisted way.“It’s been an honor to play music with Josh [Farro], with Zac [Farro], with Jeremy, everyone that’s ever played with Paramore. It’s such an honor, to have friendship and music rolled into one thing… I’m just glad it’s not over because I want to keep doing it.” Read more: Ex-Paramore guitarist Josh Farro on potential reunion: “The thought has crossed my mind before” This address follows Paramore’s ongoing legal dispute with former bassist Jeremy Davis, which pertains to Davis’ contested status as a legal partner in the band’s controlling business entity, Varoom Whoa. DAVID JAMES YOUNG wrapped his ears around both to determine if Misery is still the Business or if their 2017 output gets the last Laugh.Hayley Williams on vocals, Jeremy Davis on bass and the Farro brothers – Josh and Zac – on guitars and drums, respectively.Williams and Farro are inspecting a white-and-orange striped scarf that will be sold on an upcoming tour. “If it looks like we have some crazy designer thing and we’re some little band, that wouldn’t look right, would it?
A lot has changed in that decade – both for the band and for the music world and quote-unquote ‘scene’ that raised it – but which album holds up as the definitive Paramore record?
back last october i was in a relationship with this one girl, whom i guess you could consider a prep just like the girl in the song.
anyway whenever i mentioned other girls i'd always have to tell her "don't worry, she and i are just friends. Since "the girl" in the video shoved a group of cheereleaders, I'd hazard that she's NOT a prep...
Widely considered to be the band’s signature song, ‘Misery Business’ is pop-punk through a post-hardcore lens – one of the crunchiest and most belligerent mainstream pop hits of the 2000s.
Its sugar-and-spice contrast, its red herring string sample intro and its bowl-over chorus still serves as one of the most important displays of the band’s greatness a decade on., the album’s best moments ensure that repeated listens are greatly rewarded.
Franklin, Tennessee—30 minutes south of Nashville—is one of the wealthiest towns in one of the nation’s wealthiest counties.