Paramore is obviously a very important group for Hayley Williams, but there is another band that the singer says means more to her than any other band. And it’s me without you. After a 21-year career, the art rock band just wrapped up their farewell tour and Williams commemorated the band’s end with some of her favorite memories over the years.
“No band has ever meant more to me than me without you,” she wrote alongside videos and photos of herself with the band. “I mean, Paramore, yeah… But what’s the use of one glove without the other?”
Besides being a megafan, Williams has also collaborated with mewithoutYou on their ten stories track “Fox’s Dream of the Log Flume”. On their farewell tour date in Los Angeles, she even stepped out to play it live with his friends one last time.
See his emotional post below.
“From day one, Bloc Party was the number one benchmark because there was such an urgency to their sound that was different from fast punk or pop-punk or whatever, the loud wall of emo sound bands that were performing in the early 2000s,” she said. “They had their own thing and it was so unique and so dynamic, and it really stuck with us.”
“And I’m really, really grateful for this band, I’m so grateful that they’re back, they’re playing shows, they’re releasing great songs, and it makes me even more excited to be back in the world, and maybe cross paths with the band that has been a big part of our story since day one.”