Now you’re wondering why I have said that. I was already making a prediction that Paramore’s frontwoman and band songwriter would eventually leave the band, that is if she can’t take anymore her breakup with guitarist, Josh Farro, whom she recently broke up and had a relationship with for quite a while.
Paramore is the my biggest favorite band since highschool and we’ve been building repertoires of their songs back then. What I love about the band is that even though the song writing styles became more aggressive, emotional and mature in words formed from experiences, they never fail to sail away from their signature sound that makes them distinctive and exceptional to other bands or music of their membering genre.
Not everyone know that Hayley was originally an RnB singer prior to her alternative rock engagement. Paramore was officially formed in 2002 when Williams moved to Franklin, Tenessee and met the Farro brothers, Josh and Zac then later joined by Jason Bynum and Hunter Lamb. Signed under a local music label, Fueled by Ramen, they released All We Know Is Falling which gained local success and sooner became an international hit album in 2005, which sold millions of copies in the U.S. and some parts of Asia.
Through their high road success, Josh and Hayley started dating and were officially a couple after a few months. Hayley, then, is currently engaging into features of other artists like B.o.B. Soon, the Farro brothers are starting to feel that Hayley was the only one carrying their name and she was the only one signed under their current music label, Atlantis Records, which eventually led to the brothers deciding to leave the band and Josh breaking up with Hayley in the last quarter of 2010.
Having reported with that, I suddenly remembered Gwen Stefani, former frontwoman of No Doubt. Not to elaborate on that, yet Gwen eventually had her relationship with bassist, Tony Kanal. She said that she “had invested in the relationship so much that she prayed to God to let her have a baby with him.” She wrote the song Don’t Speak in 1995 album The Beacon Street Collection in the album is inspired by the failed relationship between Gwen and Tony and almost had the band split up.
No Doubt was a ska/reggae band. While the band was on hiatus, Gwen sought Tony’s help to decide for a solo career which rose Gwen to fame with collaborations with the most influential RnB and hiphop artists of the present times.
It’s not possible that Hayley might also decide to pursue on a solo career that she can totally dig into it ALONE. I’m not saying that she’s better off alone but she might and it’s possible. Paramore is currently working on a new music in 2011.
Josh and Hayley’s relationship was on and off due to Josh controlling Hayley so much which inspired the songwriter to produce songs like Misery Business and the big hit, The Only Exception which expresses her feelings on her break up with Josh.
It was apparently the same thing, one way or the other, that happened to Gwen a decade back and artists can’t bear the frustration of these break ups.
WHAT DO YOU GUYS THINK?