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Hayley Williams has shared another new track, 'Leave It Alone'

The second taster of 'Petals For Armor' comes with another flashy video.
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Published: 5:06 pm, January 30, 2020
Hayley Williams has shared another new track, 'Leave It Alone'

Hayley Williams has shared another new track.

Titled 'Leave It Alone', it follows up on last week's 'Simmer', and comes with a similarly flashy Warren Fu directed video.

With a story from Hayley and her long term collaborator and creative director Lindsey Byrnes, it features a cocooned Hayley, covered in flowers, scales and gnarly fingernails, you can check it out below.

Musically, it's a different beast to what came immediately before, more relaxed and slow burning. Think Radiohead, Massive Attack or Portishead, if you will. Again produced by her Paramore bandmate Taylor Yorke, it's the second taster of forthcoming album 'Petals For Armor', which is set for release on 8th May.

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