Paramore Turns Smiles Upside Down In New “Fake Happy” Music Video

Earlier this year, Paramore released their 5th studio album, After Laughter. Fans enjoyed music videos for “Hard Times” and “Told You So” ahead of its release, but waited patiently for video #3. Today, Paramore finally dropped the video for “Fake Happy,” their current single and an album highlight. Frontwoman Hayley Williams wanders around New York City, seeing everyone for who they really are. Behind those fake grins, she instead observes upside down smiley faces. Though the rest of the band doesn’t appear in the music video, drummer Zac Farro did direct this clip.

Watch the music video for “Fake Happy” below:

After Laughter came out last May. You can stream the album on Spotify, or buy it on iTunes now. You can also stream the radio edit of “Fake Happy,” which cuts the song’s intro. The album includes the first two singles, “Hard Times” and “Told You So.”

Paramore is currently finishing up a North American tour, and will head to Europe, Oceana, and Asia in the new year. Check out dates and grab your tickets before it’s too late.

Enjoy Paramore’s addictive single, “Fake Happy,” along with its new music video. Next year, the band will likely release another single. Perhaps it’ll be “Rose Colored Boy”?

Keep checking back here for all the latest Paramore news.

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