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“If I lay on the floor/ Maybe I’ll wake up,” she cries out on the surprisingly plucky “Forgiveness,” a song she wrote about some rocky moments with her husband Chad Gilbert, the guitarist for pop punk band New Found Glory.
On “Fake Happy,” she sings about how she smiles only to make other people think she’s OK, and that she assumes everyone else is secretly as insincere.
On skittish Paramore tracks like “Emergency” and “Misery Business,” she proved herself to be a sensitive and poetic lyricist, writing songs about growing up, first love, and first heartbreak, always with a sense of strength and excitement.
Despite the split, the rock star couple remains positive about the situation, assuring their fans that they are going to be okay.
“I don’t feel as hopeful as I did as a teenager.” Upon first listen, the album can sound quite chipper, but it’s clear that Hayley is still working through some deep issues in the lyrics.
“Reality will break your heart/ Survival will not be the hardest part,” she sings on “26,” her voice pitched with grief.
The New Found Glory founding member also made it clear that even though they have called it quits, they remain close friends and will continue to support each other personally and professionally.
Chad also took the time to thank fans of New Found Glory and Paramore, as well as their families and friends for their never ending support and kindness.We’re at a ramen place in her hometown of Nashville, gabbing about the corn fritter appetizers between us, sipping tea, with Hayley propping her two feet, encased in glittering low-top Vans, on the chair next to her.