At a concert in the US, the vocalist of rock band Paramore’s Hayley Williams announced that takes the hit Misery Business, in recent times, reports Variety.
According to her, for the team’s decision now seems the most correct, but possible in the future to the track team will be back.
“I want to dedicate it to all the bad decisions that led us to what we have now. I want to dedicate it to all the bad things we said. We take responsibility for them, we grow,” said Haley.
Previously, Williams has repeatedly spoken out against the lyrics of this song, especially the line “once a whore, you’re nothing more/I’m sorry that’ll never change”. For the first time she publicly stated this in 2015 and noted that the words were written when she was 17, and now her 26-year-old, they are already not close.
The song Misery Business is included in the album, Riot! (2007). The song won the 26th place in the Billboard Hot 100, and it was a record for the exit to Paramore Ain’t It Fun in 2014. Misery Business — their first single, caught in the British charts. In July 2015, the song was certified triple platinum status in the United States.
As previously reported, Ivan Dorn submitted a joint with Vakula’s song “come to your senses”.