Paramore announce first tour in four years and our emo hearts can’t take it
Posted by  badge Boss on Jul 16
Paramore have announced brand new headline shows as they prepare to tour for the fist time since 2018 (Picture: Getty Images)

are hitting the road again for the first time in four years and our emo hearts are screaming.

The three-piece have , thanks in part to the Covid-19 pandemic, but fans finally don’t have much longer to wait to see them in action.

, Zac Farro and Taylor York have announced some brand-new headline shows across North America as they fit in a tour alongside their previously scheduled festival dates.

The emo veterans have already been announced to play the , alongside the likes of and Avril Lavigne, which takes place in Las Vegas in October.

Now they have several brand-new shows to look forward to, including in California, Oklahoma, Texas and Chicago, as well as a date in Toronto, Canada.

Tickets for the newly-announced headliners will go on sale on July 22, with presale available on Ticketmaster from July 20, with registration now open.

Unfortunately for UK fan, the band have so far only announced North American dates – but we’re willing to bet there’ll be more than a few Paramore super-fans who’ll make the trek across the Atlantic.

Despite the absolutely massive news, Paramore kept the announcement extremely low-key, taking to social media to simply write: ‘Shows. Fall 2022.’

Of course, the fans didn’t take the news in quite so relaxed a manner.

One person, apologising in advance, wrote on Twitter: ‘I’m sorry for the person I’ll be while I’m waiting to see if I can score Paramore tickets.’

The band haven’t played live shows since their 2018 After Laughter tour – it’s been long time coming (Picture: Getty Images)

Another less apologetic person declared: ‘Y’all get ready I’m gonna become the most insufferable person ever because paramore is back (sic).’

‘HOLY F*** PARAMORE IS BACK,’ another said, while one user wrote: ‘WHO TRYNA SEE PARAMORE WITH ME.’

The Decode rockers last played in the UK in January 2018, when they hit Cardiff, London, Birmingham, Manchester and Glasgow for their After Laughter tour.

And while there’s no word on European dates – or a new album, for that matter – there’s no telling what the band could announce next.

Watch this space.