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Chad, 36, and Hayley posted a heartfelt message to their Instagram accounts, in which they wrote 'marriage is not for the faint of heart.''So much more goes into putting a statement together than anyone will ever see.
Williams, 28, experienced this firsthand when writing After Laughter. Lines from the record, like “Reality will break your heart/Survival will not be the hardest part/It’s keeping all your hopes alive/When all the rest of you has died” speak to the onslaught of breaking news alerts, each seemingly carrying worse news than the last.
Meanwhile, on “Rose-Colored Boy,” Williams sings of a male friend who claims to be optimistic about change in the world, but she just isn’t feeling it.
where the 2-time MVP and his Warriors bros rang in his birthday "Ballers" style.
A ton of lit song and dance went down Monday night in SF ...
featuring Curry himself, who hopped onstage to lead a Rick James karaoke bro down!!
Of course, his teammates weren't gonna let him have all the fun -- right, KD, Draymond and Klay?
And she of course has one particular act in mind that she wants to share a stage with down the line.
“For all I know, the best is over and the worst is yet to come,” Paramore’s frontwoman Hayley Williams sings on the first line of “Told You So,” one of the singles from the band’s critically acclaimed 2017 album After Laughter, which showed up on several best of 2017 lists.
Tracing our way back through 2017–its mass shootings, its political upheaval, its “fake news”–feels like wading through an endless void. We’re not Pussy Riot, and I know that,” she says during a recent interview with But in 2017, those personal musings on loss and anxiety also reflected the losses and anxieties of a nation led by a president who regularly threatens nuclear warfare in 280-character bursts.
It was a year when every piece of art had the potential to mean something politically—even when discussing matters of the heart. Which is how Paramore found itself writing its most political album yet.
(Whether the rose-colored boy wants to Make America Great Again or enact social justice reforms is unclear.) Here, Williams focused on a specific anecdote and zoomed out to spotlight a broader shift in how relationships work when ideological beliefs clash.