Paramore’s new self-titled album will stream exclusively on Rdio starting April 9 (VIDEO)

Paramore’s new self-titled album will stream exclusively on Rdio starting April 9, and contain two exclusive bonus tracks: “Escape Route” and “Native Tongue,” which will continue to be available only on Rdio following the exclusive album stream. 

“PARAMORE” with Rdio exclusive bonus tracks is available here:  http://www.rdio.com/artist/Paramore/album/Paramore_1/

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Rdio (www.rdio.com) and Fueled by Ramen recording group Paramore have announced the band’s highly-anticipated, new self-titled album “PARAMORE” will stream exclusively on Rdio starting April 9.  In addition, Rdio will feature two bonus tracks from the GRAMMY®-nominated group that will not be available through any other music streaming services.   The exclusive free streaming of “PARAMORE” will continue through April 15 and allows fans to listen to the full album, including the current hit singles “Now” and “Still Into You.”

In addition, Rdio will feature two bonus tracks, “Escape Route” and “Native Tongue” from the band that were created during the recording of the new album.  Both are new, previously unreleased songs that will be available exclusively to Rdio listeners, and they will continue to be available only on Rdio after the one-week exclusive album stream.

“We normally don’t even write enough songs to have b-sides, but this time around we wrote too many songs for the album,” says Hayley Williams of Paramore.  “These tracks are both songs we adore, but we felt they deserved to live in their own space compared to the rest of the record.  I’m happy everyone will have a deeper look into who we were as people when these songs originated in the beginning stages of the album.”

In support of the featured content, Rdio has created two dynamic TV spots that will include the band along with material from their new album.  These spots will air during episodes of high profile TV appearances from Paramore on ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! (April 11) and TBS’ Conan (April 30).  The spots will also air during tonight’s episode of The Voice on NBC, as well as during additional programming over the coming weeks on networks including the CW, MTV, and VH1.

“Paramore has created a definitive place in the music scene with a trademark inescapable sound and talent beyond their years,” says Drew Larner, CEO of Rdio.  “The Rdio team is thrilled to be teaming up with the band to deliver exclusive content around the new release and look forward to supporting them on what will surely be another massively successful album.”

Paramore – singer Hayley Williams, bassist Jeremy Davis, and guitarist Taylor York – will celebrate the arrival of “PARAMORE” with a North American headline tour, set to embark April 25th at Houston’s Bayou Music Theatre and then travel the continent through mid-May before touring Europe and South America this summer.  For up-to-the-minute tour and ticket information, please visit www.paramore.net/tour.

 

To hear more music from Paramore, or to follow them on Rdio and discover what they are listening to, please visit www.rdio.com.

 

ABOUT RDIO

Rdio is the groundbreaking digital music service that is reinventing the way people discover, listen to, and share music. With on-demand access to over 18 million songs, Rdio connects people with music and makes it easy to search for and instantly play any song, album, artist, or playlist without ever hearing a single ad. Discover what friends, people with similar tastes, recording artists, and more are listening to in real-time and share across Twitter and Facebook. Build a digital music collection that’s available everywhere – on the web, in-home or in-car, on tablets or mobile phones, and even offline.

Launched in August 2010, Rdio is headquartered in San Francisco and was founded by Janus Friis, the co-creator of Skype. Currently available in 23 countries, Rdio is funded by Janus Friis through his investment entities, Atomico, and Skype. For more information and to sign up, visit www.rdio.com.

 

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