Hayley Williams of Paramore mentioned that Billie Eilish reminds her of her youthful self, telling SiriusXM’s Alt Nation that watching the younger pop star is “like watching me.”
Paramore emerged with 2005’s All We Know Is Falling when Williams was about 17 years previous, a precocious begin that mirrored Eilish’s personal teenaged breakout.
“We’ve spoken all through the years since she sort of got here onto the scene,” Williams mentioned. “The very first thing I skilled or I witnessed of her was ‘When the Celebration’s Over,’ that video. After which I watched an interview together with her and I felt like there was one thing within me that was watching me — slash us — as youngsters doing interviews and navigating this world.”
Williams added, “She does it on a degree we’ve by no means skilled, however I simply really feel such a love in direction of her and her household and I feel they’re so particular. And I went to their home for the primary time at Thanksgiving final 12 months, had some actually nice vegan cinnamon rolls, Maggie, her mother made. And I feel that was sort of like — We had already related, I had related together with her mother too, nearly their group that they’ve. However ever since that Thanksgiving cinnamon roll deal with, simply, I imply… The remaining is historical past. I really feel like I’d do something for them.” Try a clip from the interview beneath.
Williams and Eilish have additionally taken their friendship on stage, and earlier this 12 months they teamed up at Coachella to carry out “Distress Enterprise” and “Happier Than Ever.”
Paramore’s sixth album, This Is Why, drops February tenth. Pre-orders are ongoing. It has been preceded by the title observe, which took the highest spot on Consequence’s High 50 Songs of 2022 listing, and “The Information.” Subsequent 12 months the band will tour alone and with Taylor Swift, and tickets can be found right here.