Jeremy Davis Leaves Paramore on Monday17. December 2015
Jeremy Davis, co- founder and bassist of Paramore, officially quits the band on Monday after the band released a statement on their Facebook account.
“We’ve written and re-written this countless times and there’s just not a good way to put it… Jeremy is no longer going to be in the band with us,”
The Paramore posted the statement on their Facebook account on Monday to confirm the detachment of Jeremy Davis from the band. Davis is one of the band’s original member, who worked to build and craft the group in 2004. With his quitting from Paramore, lead singer, Hayley Williams, and guitarist, Taylor York, will continue the journey.
Like any other band who have lost a member, the struggle within the team is real. According to Paramore, losing Davis in the team is really painful.
Read Paramore’s full- Facebook statement below:
“These last few years have held some of the most fulfilling moments we’ve had yet… as people, as friends, and as a band,” the band continued. “The Self-Titled era was one that we knew would be important for us but also one we’d eventually have to move on from. In moving forward, there is growth, pain, and change… and sometimes the change is not at all what you hoped for. To be honest, this has been really painful. After taking time to consider how to move forward, we ultimately found that we really do believe Parramore can and should continue on. And so we will.”
Paramore is thankful for all the people and fans who supported them through ups and downs. This was not the first time that the band has lost a pillar. In the past 5 years, they have endured painful transition and changes when Josh Farro, the lead guitarist, and Zac Farro, drummer, left in 2010.
This is Davis second time quitting Paramore. The bassist left the band in 2010 for some personal reasons. But after six months of not playing and jamming, he rejoined the band.
Hayley and Yor, two of the original band members, remains with Paramore and promised to continuously play and build its career despite being handicapped.
Despite the announcement, Paramore can’t tell the reason behind Davis exit. Davis leaving the band is still unclear, but according to a statement, his exit means an entry to new opportunities and projects.
“We’re hopeful for Paramore’s future and we’re also excited for what Jeremy’s going to do next. Thank you all for your support and your belief in us,” the statement continued. “It’s kept us going. We will see some of you really soon on Parahoy. If you’re not coming on the cruise, we will still see you in 2016.”
After the split, Paramore will be heading to it’s first live appearance on March 2016 without Jeremy Davis. The “Parahoy” cruise is one of the first concerts of Paramore early next year.
Paramore has been in the music line for several years and has made their name on top and along with the greatest bands of the century.
We hope that despite the pain, you’ll continuously play good music.
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