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Paramore have teamed up with Crap Eyewear to launch a snazzy pair of rose-coloured glasses

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Published: 10:48 am, September 05, 2019
Paramore have teamed up with Crap Eyewear to launch a snazzy pair of rose-coloured glasses

Paramore have collaborated with Crap Eyewear on a pair of rose-coloured glasses.

A homage to their single 'Rose-Colored Boy', the band announced the news in a typed letter posted on Insta, with the glasses launching from midday (PST) this Friday (6th September).

"Though life isn’t always rosy, we all deserve to pretend a little sometimes. These should help," they explain. "In light of Paramore’s current absence from the outside world, we thought it’d be fun to remind you that the time we shared with you during After Laughter was one of the happiest in our band’s career, thus far.

"Thank you for understanding that we are taking a really nice break after grinding away for nearly 15 years! It’s so good to have a moment to just “be”. Consider this our way of encouraging you to do the same and to take care of yourself however you feel is best."

Check out the glasses online here.

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@paramore x Crap® Eyewear 🌹 Out this Friday at 12pm PST exclusively at crapeyewear.com/paramore

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