HAYLEY WILLIAMS FACES PAST EXPERIENCES IN NEW SINGLE “DEAD HORSE”
Hayley Williams gets candid about the past in her new single “Dead Horse” which completes Petals For Armor II – the second five-track instalment from her upcoming debut solo album, Petals For Armor, due out May 8th. Pre-order here.
Produced by Paramore guitarist and longtime collaborator, Taylor York, “Dead Horse” sees Williams lyrically address the experiences that have led her to this point in life, while the sonically upbeat track promotes the strength that comes from growing through them. Listen below.
Hayley Williams | “Dead Horse”
“‘Dead Horse’ offers strength back to a younger, weaker version of myself. I feel like all of this needed to be said in order to embody the kind of woman I hope to be,” Williams said in a statement.
Petals For Armor II also includes the recently-released “My Friend,” “Over Yet,” “Why We Ever,” and “Roses/Lotus/Violet/Iris,” featuring singer-songwriters Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridgers, and Lucy Dacus.
Hayley Williams | “Roses/Lotus/Violet/Iris”
“PFA ll is the perfect interlude between where Petals began and where it’s going... Part lll isn’t far behind. I needed these songs to help me get to a place where I could name my shame, take inventory of emotional scars, true friends, awful coping mechanisms, and discover what I desire for my life.” Stream/download Petals For Armor II HERE.