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Paramore tease new single ‘C’est Comme Ça’, coming this week

The band's long-awaited sixth album 'This Is Why' comes out next month

By Tom Skinner

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Paramore. CREDIT: Zachary Gray

Paramore have shared a snippet of a forthcoming song called ‘ C’est Comme Ça’ – check out the posts below.

The Hayley Williams-fronted trio are due to release their sixth studio album This Is Why on February 10 via Atlantic (pre-order here). Following on from 2017’s After Laughter, the record has already been previewed by its title track and the single ‘The News’.

Recently, Paramore took to Instagram Stories to share a brief clip of another new tune. The five-second video was soundtracked by a loop of an electric guitar part and a reversed drum beat. A caption reading “CCC”, meanwhile, appeared on a distorted visual.

A listing on Paramore’s official website also states that “CCC” will be arriving this Thursday (January 12). It can be assumed that ‘C’est Comme Ça’ will be the song in question, per the official This Is Why tracklist.

Additionally, some fans have found confirmation that the single will premiere as the Hottest Record on BBC Radio 1. See the tweets below.

Paramore are set to embark on a UK and Ireland headline tour this April, which includes two nights at The O2 in London. Support will come from Bloc Party. You can find any remaining tickets here, and see the full schedule below.

13 – Dublin, 3Arena
15 – Cardiff, International Arena
17 – Glasgow, OVO Hydro
18 – Manchester, AO Arena
20 – London, O2 Arena
22 – Birmingham, Utilita Arena
23 – London, O2 Arena

The upcoming ‘This Is Why’ album will also feature the cuts ‘Running Out of Time’, ‘Big Man, Little Dignity’, ‘Figure 8’ and ‘Liar’ – check out the full tracklist here:

1. ‘This Is Why’
2. ‘The News’
3. ‘Running Out of Time’
4. ‘C’est Comme Ça’
5. ‘Big Man, Little Dignity’
6. ‘You First’
7. ‘Figure 8’
8. ‘Liar’
9. ‘Crave’
10. ‘Thick Skull’

Upon releasing ‘The News’ and its accompanying video last month, Hayley Williams explained: “[It’s] one of those songs that came together pretty quickly and felt exciting from the start.

“It feels like a happy medium between classic Paramore angst and bringing in some influences we’ve always had but never exploited. Watching Zac [Farro] track drums for this one was one of my favourite memories from the studio.”