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5 Times Paramore Slayed Their Live Performances

By  October 6, 2017

Since the release of their debut album All We Know Is Falling in 2005, Paramore have gone through a  great dealchanges with members leaving and rejoining.

Over the past 12 years, the band have experimented with an array of sounds and genres. Despite revamping themselves with each album release, Paramore somehow still manages to maintain a large and steady fanbase that other bands could only dream of.

One core reason for that? Their amazing live shows.

As Paramore's sound evolve from emo to 80's pop, they never once compromised on their onstage performances. Here are 5 performances that follows their incredible evolution over the years:

 

1. Pressure (2006)

Even from their humble beginnings, Hayley's vocals were already thriving. It's hard to believe that she was only 18 in this video!

 

2. Crushcrushcrush (2008)

By the release of their second album, Riot, Paramore was already the face of pop-punk and Hayley proved herself to be one of the most charismatic frontwomen of all time.

 

3. Brick By Boring Brick (2010)

While musicians tend to butcher their TV performances, Paramore was no less than on point during their appearance as musical guests on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

 

4. Last Hope (2014)

Admittedly, I never really paid much attention to Paramore until I came across this outstanding performance of Last Hope that blew me away. I have been a huge fan ever since!

 

5. Hard Times, 26, Fake Happy (2017)

In the band's recent NPR Tiny Desk Concert, it's clear to see the ones who does the best renditions of Paramore's songs are... none other than Paramore themselves. Their tropical-esque version of Fake Happy is refreshing and makes us Real Happy!

Photo credit: NPR


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