Paramore Releases New Music Video For The Song 'Rose-Colored Boy'

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American rock band Paramore have released their latest music video called 'Rose-Colored Boy' which is a new song from the album "After Laughter". This is the fourth single from the album as well as the fourth music video too.

Paramore revealed the new music video on their official Twitter page. You can read the announcement down below.

"We'd like to present the music video for Rose-Colored Boy, written & directed by our new friend Warren Fu. So we will now present it. Here it is. Much thanks for waiting."

It's a pretty unique and comedic music video mainly because singer Hayley Williams plays a disgruntled news anchor set in the '80s. You get a feeling that her character really hates her day job.

The video also includes a reference to Bill O' Rielly's famous outburst when he said "do it live".

The reason the video is set in the '80s is mainly because the song sounds very old-school and is different from the band's previous outings.

The full music video was posted on the YouTube Channel of Fueled by Ramen which has been Paramore's recording company for several years now.

The reception for the new music video has been positive so far with 35,000 likes compared to only 208 dislikes as of time of writing.

The album 'After Laughter' from Paramore is out now in stores, and is also available to stream on Spotify too. You can read our review of the album by clicking here.

If you want to see the band in person, they will be touring both the countries of New Zealand and Australia later this month. Anyway, you can look at the music video for 'Rose-Colored- Buy' down below.

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