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After Laughter is the fifth studio album by American rock band Paramore. Released on May 12th, 2017, it is the follow up to their self-titled record (2013). Hayley Williams told Entertainment Weekly her idea behind the title of the album, It means that look on a person’s face when they laugh really hard and then there’s this moment where they come back to reality - I like watching for it. Maybe I’m a little bit of a creep. After Laughter is best described as Paramore growing from a rebellious teenager to an adult

Ain't It Fun Remixes - EP. Paramore. All We Know Is Falling. Album merch: Product name: Neon Bars T-Shirt Bundle.

Chords - paramore : after laughter (album). A/C G After all wasn’t I the one who said G G/B G/A Em To keep your feet on the ground Man, you really brought me back down. Chorus: G D A Hold onto hope if you got it G D A Don’t let it go for nobody G D A And they say that dreaming is free G D A But I wouldn’t care what it cost me. Verse: D G Bm D G Bm You got me tied up but I stay close to the window D G Bm D G Bm And I talk to myself about the places that I used to go.

After Laughter ‎(CD, Album). I love the whole After Laughter aesthetic and I VERY EAGERLY awaiting a new album Miss Hayley Williams!! No seriously, everything about the AL era is so fucking cool and I'm so lucky I got to see them live on the 8th leg of their AL tour. Miss Hayley Williams I love you and I'm free on Tuesday so please contact me if you're also free that day, which is a Tuesday, and would like to hang out with me because I'm free on Tuesday.

Paramore - After Laughter. I love this album so much. I was a bit reluctant of the change in style at first, but it started to grow on me. Now I love it. It fits so well with the album! It's like trying to make it "fake happy"; sarcastically putting the metaphoric rose-coloured glasses on an album. It's so genius! I don't know if that's what Paramore intended, but it fits so well!

After Laughter is the fifth studio album by American rock band Paramore, released on May 12, 2017 through Fueled by Ramen as a follow-up to Paramore (2013). It is their first album since the return of drummer Zac Farro, who left the band with his brother Josh in 2010, and the departure of former bassist Jeremy Davis, who left the band in 2015.

Paramore are back after a four year break with their new album 'After Laughter'. Their first singles 'Hard Times' captures exactly what their fans went through during the break. It has been labelled as a 'new direction' for the band, with returning drummer Zak Farro on the record. Paramore have finally announced details of their brand new album ‘After Laughter’. The band’s fifth album - and first with their newest line-up of Hayley Williams, Taylor York and Zac Farro - is due for release on 12th May via Fueled By Ramen. Co-produced by Justin Meldal-Johnsen and the band’s guitarist York and recorded in Nashville, Tennessee, the album follows on from their previous self-titled album, which landed all the way back in 2013.

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Hard Times Hayley Williams / Taylor York Paramore 3:02
2 Rose-Colored Boy Zac Farro / Hayley Williams / Taylor York Paramore 3:32
3 Told You So Hayley Williams / Taylor York Paramore 3:08
4 Forgiveness Hayley Williams / Taylor York Paramore 3:39
5 Fake Happy Hayley Williams / Taylor York Paramore 3:55
6 26 Hayley Williams / Taylor York Paramore 3:41
7 Pool Hayley Williams / Taylor York Paramore 3:52
8 Grudges Hayley Williams / Taylor York Paramore 3:07
9 Caught in the Middle Hayley Williams / Taylor York Paramore 3:34
10 Idle Worship Hayley Williams / Taylor York Paramore 3:18
11 No Friend Aaron Weiss / Hayley Williams / Taylor York Paramore 3:23
12 Tell Me How Hayley Williams / Taylor York Paramore 4:20

Paramore - After Laughter album download

Performer: Paramore

Title: After Laughter

Duration: 42:31

Style: Alternative/Indie Rock,Pop,Emo-Pop

Genre: Rock/Pop

Size MP3: 1521 mb

Size FLAC: 1268 mb

Rating: 4.8 / 5

Votes: 805

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Dagdarad
I've been a Paramore fan since around 2009. Unfortunately, as often happens, I grew up. I listened to a lot of other music, and the more I listened, the more those exhilarating tunes from "All We Know Is Falling" and "Riot!" started to sound a little bland, often having uninspired instrumentation--stock riffs, and lengthy, boring drum fills that take center stage rather than supporting the rest of the music. As always, Hayley's incredible, one of a kind voice shines through, but the fact is I have barely listened to Paramore for the last five years, even though I once called them my favorite band. I just find their old music kind of boring these days. In 2013 Paramore released a self-titled album which many consider to be their best of all time. I don't necessarily agree with that, although it did reinvigorate my interest in the band. Tracks like "Ain't it Fun," "Still Into You," "Anklebiters," and "Fast in My Car," were musically more sophisticated than anything they had previously produced, and the 80s punk and new wave influences perfectly matched my changing tastes and fit the band like a glove. Unfortunately, that album had too many tracks I didn't like, failed experiments or blatant filler, for me to give it the high praise that a lot of others do. On "After Laughter," Paramore holds nothing back and pivots fully and unabashedly into 80s new wave revival, creating their best album yet. With the exception of the tracks "26" and "No Friend" they have trimmed all the fat that was on their previous self-titled album, leaving us with ten absolute stellar tracks that are filled to the brim with catchy choruses and inventive off-beat reggae inspired guitars, all wrapped in an 80s pop sheen with flawless 2017 production. It reminds me in turns of The Strokes albums "Angles" and "Comedown Machine," the Polyphonic Spree album "Yes, It's True," old Elvis Costello, Blondie, Clash, and Michael Jackson. It's brilliant, and the fact that their 2013 self-titled album was rated half a star higher by Allmusic editors is a crime against mankind.
Dagdarad
I've been a Paramore fan since around 2009. Unfortunately, as often happens, I grew up. I listened to a lot of other music, and the more I listened, the more those exhilarating tunes from "All We Know Is Falling" and "Riot!" started to sound a little bland, often having uninspired instrumentation--stock riffs, and lengthy, boring drum fills that take center stage rather than supporting the rest of the music. As always, Hayley's incredible, one of a kind voice shines through, but the fact is I have barely listened to Paramore for the last five years, even though I once called them my favorite band. I just find their old music kind of boring these days. In 2013 Paramore released a self-titled album which many consider to be their best of all time. I don't necessarily agree with that, although it did reinvigorate my interest in the band. Tracks like "Ain't it Fun," "Still Into You," "Anklebiters," and "Fast in My Car," were musically more sophisticated than anything they had previously produced, and the 80s punk and new wave influences perfectly matched my changing tastes and fit the band like a glove. Unfortunately, that album had too many tracks I didn't like, failed experiments or blatant filler, for me to give it the high praise that a lot of others do. On "After Laughter," Paramore holds nothing back and pivots fully and unabashedly into 80s new wave revival, creating their best album yet. With the exception of the tracks "26" and "No Friend" they have trimmed all the fat that was on their previous self-titled album, leaving us with ten absolute stellar tracks that are filled to the brim with catchy choruses and inventive off-beat reggae inspired guitars, all wrapped in an 80s pop sheen with flawless 2017 production. It reminds me in turns of The Strokes albums "Angles" and "Comedown Machine," the Polyphonic Spree album "Yes, It's True," old Elvis Costello, Blondie, Clash, and Michael Jackson. It's brilliant, and the fact that their 2013 self-titled album was rated half a star higher by Allmusic editors is a crime against mankind.
Butius
Paramore have been a band that has stuck around with me for many years. I love Paramore's songs from the pop punk rock days of 'Riot' to the pop songs of 'Still Into You' and 'Ain't It Fun'. I went into this album having already listened to the two singles 'Hard Times' and 'Told You So' with the idea that all the songs would sound the same musically, saying negatives things played over happy and catchy beats. I was wrong. Don't judge the entire album by those two songs alone like I did because it gets dark and sad really fast, especially the song 'Fake Happy' as the happy tracks which were upbeat and bubbly now contrasts with this song. It starts out with an acoustic guitar which really shows the true feelings of Hayley compared to the previous songs and she is pretending to be happy to make other people happy, she believes that a lot of people act this way also as the chorus implies "Oh please, I bet everybody here is fake happy too". It is not the most heartbreaking track on the album though as the following song '26' shows. This song is about Hayley's battle with depression, this song calls back to the song "Brick By Boring Brick" which was about warning other people about having the attitude of your dreams are never going to come true and you need to "keep your feet on the ground" to not get your hopes up too much and get crushed, while in '26' Hayley is already this attitude seemingly ignoring the warning she had stated in her album 'Brand New Eyes'. Most of the album is quite good at having catchy beats however two songs I didn't like off the album were 'Forgiveness' and 'No Friend'. 'Forgiveness' because and I hate to say this but I was just bored listening to it I don't know why i just didn't enjoy that song as much as the rest, and as for 'No Friend' it isn't really a song at all but rather more of a spoken word poem, it is connected to the previous track 'Idle Worship' about Hayley's self realization about what kind of person she wants to be compared to what fans think of her. I'm sure there is some sort of meaning to put this track on it's own rather than make the previous track longer however I would review this track except I can't hear it the instrumental is louder than the voice which I'm sure was intentional but if you want to convey a message in a song you should let the listener hear that message. Yeah you could look up the lyrics and see what the songs means yourself but you shouldn't have to listen to a song very carefully in order to understand what the song is about while a blaring instrumental overrides the vocals making it very difficult to hear.tl;dr - Overall the album has it flaws but conveys good messages about depression and self acceptance.Favourite Track - Hard Times - Even though it's the most radio friendly song I think it's really catchy and often gets stuck in my head on several occasions.Overall Rating - 8/10/4 Stars - A good album if you don't mind it's dark moments.
Butius
Paramore have been a band that has stuck around with me for many years. I love Paramore's songs from the pop punk rock days of 'Riot' to the pop songs of 'Still Into You' and 'Ain't It Fun'. I went into this album having already listened to the two singles 'Hard Times' and 'Told You So' with the idea that all the songs would sound the same musically, saying negatives things played over happy and catchy beats. I was wrong. Don't judge the entire album by those two songs alone like I did because it gets dark and sad really fast, especially the song 'Fake Happy' as the happy tracks which were upbeat and bubbly now contrasts with this song. It starts out with an acoustic guitar which really shows the true feelings of Hayley compared to the previous songs and she is pretending to be happy to make other people happy, she believes that a lot of people act this way also as the chorus implies "Oh please, I bet everybody here is fake happy too". It is not the most heartbreaking track on the album though as the following song '26' shows. This song is about Hayley's battle with depression, this song calls back to the song "Brick By Boring Brick" which was about warning other people about having the attitude of your dreams are never going to come true and you need to "keep your feet on the ground" to not get your hopes up too much and get crushed, while in '26' Hayley is already this attitude seemingly ignoring the warning she had stated in her album 'Brand New Eyes'. Most of the album is quite good at having catchy beats however two songs I didn't like off the album were 'Forgiveness' and 'No Friend'. 'Forgiveness' because and I hate to say this but I was just bored listening to it I don't know why i just didn't enjoy that song as much as the rest, and as for 'No Friend' it isn't really a song at all but rather more of a spoken word poem, it is connected to the previous track 'Idle Worship' about Hayley's self realization about what kind of person she wants to be compared to what fans think of her. I'm sure there is some sort of meaning to put this track on it's own rather than make the previous track longer however I would review this track except I can't hear it the instrumental is louder than the voice which I'm sure was intentional but if you want to convey a message in a song you should let the listener hear that message. Yeah you could look up the lyrics and see what the songs means yourself but you shouldn't have to listen to a song very carefully in order to understand what the song is about while a blaring instrumental overrides the vocals making it very difficult to hear.tl;dr - Overall the album has it flaws but conveys good messages about depression and self acceptance.Favourite Track - Hard Times - Even though it's the most radio friendly song I think it's really catchy and often gets stuck in my head on several occasions.Overall Rating - 8/10/4 Stars - A good album if you don't mind it's dark moments.
Dusho
Mix an indie pop band with a pop singer, and you get After Laughter.I personally don't hear cohesion between the instrumentals and vocals.The guitar is typical of indie music, throwing underwhelming melodic riffs to fill the voids.The bass is not playing with the band, syncopating all the time outside of choruses.Is it good Paramore ?It's a new day once again, but the band seems to still aim for Pop Anthems while trying to go towards Indie music.The fact is that EVERY Paramore album had a straight direction, which makes them strong, even if they ventured to new styles.I can't say that for After Laughter, that is not well executed and thought out from top to bottom; there is a real dissonance throughout the album between Hayley and the rest of the band.Meanwhile, Hayley still is a good Pop Rock singer, she is the definite highlight of the band.Remove her, and you get the soupy indie mess that is "No Friend"
Dusho
Mix an indie pop band with a pop singer, and you get After Laughter.I personally don't hear cohesion between the instrumentals and vocals.The guitar is typical of indie music, throwing underwhelming melodic riffs to fill the voids.The bass is not playing with the band, syncopating all the time outside of choruses.Is it good Paramore ?It's a new day once again, but the band seems to still aim for Pop Anthems while trying to go towards Indie music.The fact is that EVERY Paramore album had a straight direction, which makes them strong, even if they ventured to new styles.I can't say that for After Laughter, that is not well executed and thought out from top to bottom; there is a real dissonance throughout the album between Hayley and the rest of the band.Meanwhile, Hayley still is a good Pop Rock singer, she is the definite highlight of the band.Remove her, and you get the soupy indie mess that is "No Friend"
Eseve
This album is the PERFECT example that a band can make a pop rock n roll album without being stupid or full of clichés. Paramore did an amazing job keeping the interesting themes of the songs and the creative freshness of the effort ALL ALONG THE "After Laughter"... Amazing!! Can't stop hearing it!!! GET IT!!
Eseve
This album is the PERFECT example that a band can make a pop rock n roll album without being stupid or full of clichés. Paramore did an amazing job keeping the interesting themes of the songs and the creative freshness of the effort ALL ALONG THE "After Laughter"... Amazing!! Can't stop hearing it!!! GET IT!!
Shezokha
I just love how they went for full 80's new wave here and delivered their sound, still with Paramore DNA, but unapologetically having fun, experimenting and saying their truth independently of the way it sounds. The fans that refuse to grow up and look at the album as the beautiful achievement it is - just like 2013 self-titled release - are a step back from Hayley and her mates. She's saying exactly that: "I know growing up may be a traumatic experience... But I'm facing it. Let's do this together." To choose denying that call is lame.
Shezokha
I just love how they went for full 80's new wave here and delivered their sound, still with Paramore DNA, but unapologetically having fun, experimenting and saying their truth independently of the way it sounds. The fans that refuse to grow up and look at the album as the beautiful achievement it is - just like 2013 self-titled release - are a step back from Hayley and her mates. She's saying exactly that: "I know growing up may be a traumatic experience... But I'm facing it. Let's do this together." To choose denying that call is lame.
blac wolf
Enough has been shared here to cover the highs & lows of Paramore's 'After Laughter' release. For me, it took a few listens to begin to appreciate what I was tapping my beeg toe to... Namely, the tropicalia/new wavy feeling much of this record imparts. Frankly, it brought me back to the 80s having me realize that much of what I was toe-tappin' to then is much of what is found on this recording. My suggestion: Nothing serious beyond radio friendly pop tunes. Stream it via Hoopla, Spotify, et al... Or, sample via Amazon to find out if you want it. I'd purchase it used or borrow it from the library. Remember your hard earned dollars pay taxes that support your local library system... So, use it.
blac wolf
Enough has been shared here to cover the highs & lows of Paramore's 'After Laughter' release. For me, it took a few listens to begin to appreciate what I was tapping my beeg toe to... Namely, the tropicalia/new wavy feeling much of this record imparts. Frankly, it brought me back to the 80s having me realize that much of what I was toe-tappin' to then is much of what is found on this recording. My suggestion: Nothing serious beyond radio friendly pop tunes. Stream it via Hoopla, Spotify, et al... Or, sample via Amazon to find out if you want it. I'd purchase it used or borrow it from the library. Remember your hard earned dollars pay taxes that support your local library system... So, use it.
Gelgen
Track Picks:1. Hard Times2. Rose-Colored Boy3. Fake Happy4. Grudges5. Idle Worship6. Told You So7. ForgivenessWorst Song:26Rating: 8.5/10
Gelgen
Track Picks:1. Hard Times2. Rose-Colored Boy3. Fake Happy4. Grudges5. Idle Worship6. Told You So7. ForgivenessWorst Song:26Rating: 8.5/10
Binthars
O MELHOR ALBUM, COM A MELHOR SONORIDADE, LETRAS ESCURAS, COM MELODIAS ALEGRES E PROGRESSIVAS. PARAMORE MUDOU E PARA MELHOR!
Binthars
O MELHOR ALBUM, COM A MELHOR SONORIDADE, LETRAS ESCURAS, COM MELODIAS ALEGRES E PROGRESSIVAS. PARAMORE MUDOU E PARA MELHOR!