Fourth and last day of Parahoy included activities like Ping Pong Finals, Belly Flop Contest and Q&A with Hayley & Taylor. Go to our gallery to see new photos from the last day.
Hayley also joined the cruise’s other bands onstage. She performed ‘Vicious Love’ with New Found Glory, ‘Bury It’ with Chvrches and ‘Fox’s Dream of the Log Flume’ and ‘All Circles’ with mewithoutYou.
During the Q&A Hayley told that she would have liked to study criminology if she had gone to college, Taylor geeked out on Radiohead and both of them seemed very warm to the idea of a third Parahoy! Cruise. Hayley said she’d love to have twenty one pilots join them. Taylor stuck to Thom Yorke… and Enya and Kenny G.
When asked about her bucket list goals for the year, Hayley replied, “Make a fifth record.”
You can watch a video of the the whole ping pong game below.
On the the third day of Parahoy, cruisers spent morning and afternoon in Cozumel, Mexico and last night Paramore played their second and last show of the cruise. Go to our gallery to see new photos from yesterday.
The band played 20 songs setlist, including ‘Hallelujah’ with a Leonard Cohen cover and ‘O Star’ which haven’t been played in years. During ‘Misery Business’ two fans and one of our admins, Lidia got on stage to sing with the band!
During the performance Hayley introduced the whole band and new bassist Joey Howard. She also thanked everyone that’s ever played with Paramore and said that the band will be focusing on writing the next album after the cruise. You can read some of her stage speechs below.
“This past year has been a year that for me, I never want to relive again. At the same time, I would do it again if it meant understanding what having a real friend in this life feels like. Taylor, thank you so much for being awesome.”
About the band’s former members:
“It is an honor to play music with all the people that are here. It’s been an honor to play music with Josh, with Zac, with Jeremy, everyone that’s ever played with Paramore. It’s such an honor, to have friendship and music rolled into one thing… only god can do that. I’m just glad it’s not over because I want to keep doing it.”
About being the kindest version of herself in her 27th year:
“People in life will sometimes take your kindness for weakness. But the bigger lesson is to not let that stop you from being kind.”
About the new album:
“We’ve been — to be honest — a lot slower than I thought we would be. Sometimes life happens…. I took a Twitter break. It was great; you should try it some time. We’re gonna go on and make a record for ya… We’ll keep you posted.”
About playing ‘O Star’:
“We’ve never really played this ever, I don’t think.”
Describing how ‘O Star’ came together:
“At this point, I’m in the band, we’d written “Conspiracy,” we definitely thought we were going to get a record deal with Tooth & Nail Records, or something. Because Aaron was on Tooth & Nail, that’s what we wanted. And then Taylor and I got together for the first time after school and wrote for the first time ever. He was 12 years old, I think I’d just turned 13… We wrote this song pretty quickly.”
Hallelujah + Leonard Cohen cover
Brick By Boring Brick
Where The Lines Overlap
Tell Me It’s Okay
Hate To See Your Heart Break
I Caught Myself
Let The Flames Begin
The Only Exception
Still Into You
That’s What You Get
The second day of Parahoy Cruise included activities like Musical Squares, Paraoke, meeting the band in person and getting to take photos with them. Few lucky fans also got to test Hayley’s new goodDYEyoung hair dyes with her and Brian.
Go to our gallery to see new photos from the cruise, we have also added lots of photos from the performance on the first day.
You can see short videos from Musical Squares below.
Paramore’s second Parahoy! Cruise started yesterday. The band played the first show at the Pool Deck stage. They performed 17 songs including Brighter, My Heart and Renegade. We have updated our gallery with new photos from the show and first day of the cruise, you can see all the photos here. More photos will be updated through the day.
The band has Joey Howard, Jon Howard’s brother playing bass on this cruise. He’s been part of the Paramore crew for years, apparently at least since 2013.
Full setlist and video with over 15 minutes of footage from the first performance can be seen below.
Here We Go Again
Never Let This Go
For A Pessimist, I’m Pretty Optimistic
When It Rains
Born For This
Ain’t It Fun
Hayley talked to WWD about her new hair dye line, goodDYEyoung. Read the article below to find out more about the colors and which shades will be available. The online pre-sale begins on April 15th and Hayley will also be promoting the line on Parahoy, which starts today!
Hayley Williams is on a mission to empower her fans — especially when it comes to their hair.
The twentysomething Grammy Award winner and lead vocalist for the rock band Paramore, is now launching Good Dye Young, a vibrant hair-dye line designed for in-home use. And she’s putting her money where her mouth is: the line is entirely self-financed.
“I wanted to take the intimidation factor out of doing hair at home,” Williams told WWD. The singer’s own ever-changing, brightly dyed hair was the inspiration for GDY, and she noted that she hopes it will create an “all-inclusive counterculture than inspires creativity, community and most of all, color. The definition of self-expression is when you wake up in the morning and ask, ‘Who do I want to be today?’”
Williams collaborated with her longtime Nashville-based colorist and stylist, Brian O’Connor, and L’Oréal alum Erik Hoover, general manager for GDY, to bring the collection to market, a process that took four years.
Five colors, each priced $14, will be offered. GDY combines professional-grade pigments with a non-toxic, fragrance-free, synthetic formula that conditions the hair as it deposits color, and all of the offerings are vegan and cruelty-free formulas, Williams noted.
Rock Lobster is a bright red; Blue Ruin is a vivid blue; Ex-Girl is a vibrant pink; (red), Steal My Sunshine is a sunny yellow and Riot is a high-octane orange. (Williams said her favorites are Steal My Sunshine and Riot.) Application instructions are express in cartoons rather than long-winded explanations, said Hoover.
Also planned are a lightening bleach, tools such as a reusable bowl and brush and a fader that allows for custom pastel shades.
The line will be pre-sold on the web beginning April 15, for a May ship. Williams is also promoting the line to her fans on a cruise that will take place March 5-9. (“They’re the people who empowered me in the first place, so I wanted them to see it first,” said Williams.) Hoover added that the brand is examining bricks-and-mortar distribution and most likely will launch there in 2017. Global distribution is also in the plans.
The 27-year-old Williams, who married fellow musician Chad Gilbert on Feb. 20, plans to add more colors to the line “down the road.”