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April 2020
Festivals

Hayley Williams is going to play The Great Escape, plus a new London show

She's bringing over her Petals For Armor solo-ish project.
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Published: 3:00 pm, March 05, 2020
Hayley Williams is going to play The Great Escape, plus a new London show

Hayley Williams is going to play The Great Escape and a night in London.

Performing on Friday 15th May at The Beach, she joins a bill that already features Aitch, Fontaines D.C., Best Coast, Nasty Cherry, Boniface, Egyptian Blue, Happyness, The Magic Gang, Alfie Templeman, Oscar Lang, and loads more. The London date meanwhile will take place the following day at Electric Brixton. 

Hayley comments: “Wow. I am going on tour. Myself. It’s not Paramore and truthfully, it’s just a little terrifying. But if I know anything, it’s that there’s no safer place (besides at home with my dog) than to be on a stage, in front of the people who I’ve grown up singing my lungs out for. There was a time I thought I wouldn’t tour Petals For Armor. What a joke. I must.

"It’s going to be so satisfying to feel the energy of a crowd that close again, especially while performing songs that feel so vital for me; songs I have never performed before for an audience."

The Great Escape takes place from 13th-16th May across loads of venues in Brighton.

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