Transcript for Paramore on How 'Still Into You' Almost Didn't Make the Album
It is a rainy day here in central park. But that's not going to get us down. We are with Paramore, celebrating their latest album, which debuted at, oh, number one, on the billboard 200 chart. "Entertainment weekly" I love this, called you guys the best rock album. That's big. And here they are. Hayley, Jeremy, and Taylor, Paramore. Before we get to your song, I want to talk to you about something I thought was so refreshing. You've been together ten years. And you're all so grateful for what you call this soekd chance. Absolutely. Our band's been through a lot. These guys know. Most of them have been hanging out with us for a really long time. We made this last album. And it felt like a second chance. We lost two pand members. We're a three-piece now. And it's very liberating that these people support what we do. I couldn't believe that one of my personal favorites, "Still into you," almost didn't get released. We didn't think a love song would work as a Paramore hit. But we always loved it. And we did have faith in it. It was just, like, really? That's going to work? That's going to do it? It really works. And that will be one of the songs you'll hear if you check these guys out. You're about to do a massive tour with fallout boy? Yes. We're starting a co-headline tour in Connecticut. Did I hear Madison square garden? We played Madison square garden in November by ourselves. Your second chance, as you call it, is working.
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