Paramore continues to sell out venues as part of its tour prior to the release of his new album this is why, which will be released in February of this year and with which it will also they will come to Chile a month later, and during a recent concert, the band fronted by Hayley Williams surprised by bringing a disabled fan onto the stage to sing one of his iconic songs.
VIDEOS + PHOTOS: Paramore thrills a disabled fan on stage at one of their concerts
Paramore invited a disabled fan on stage to perform Misery Business during their show in Atlanta, Georgia (United States) this week.
The trio also made up of Taylor York and Zac Farro, who returned to music with his new single that titles his next album, is currently on an intimate comeback tour of North America. which marks the first series of Paramore dates in more than four years.
On Tuesday, November 15, the band played at the Tabernacle concert hall in Atlanta. Where they continued their renewed tradition of asking audience members to help them perform their 2007 classic. Misery Business.
One of the chosen fans that night was the disabled actress and artist Macayla Smith, 23 years old. Who later wrote about his experience on his Instagram account.
“Here’s the video of them pulling out my disabled self outside the pit!!!!”. The excited fan wrote in the publication.
And he added the following about the experience. “I feel a Not bad for yelling while security transported me, but I couldn’t help it (…) Seeing my friends screaming for me in this video it makes me cry every time.”
Later, Smith posted a picture of her and Hayley Williams together on stage. “Truly the best night of my entire life!!!!”
In another publication Macayla Smith explained that She’s been a Paramore fan, describing them as “the love of my life”. This since he was “at least 11 years old.” She first saw them perform live at the age of 13.
“The band that’s been with me through everything?!?! I never thought that I would actually be chosen for Misery Business”. Smith continued. “If I had known this was going to happen, I would have I would have written a letter to deliver it to him.”
“The letter would have said something like ‘Thank you for sharing your art and your heart with the world’ (…) It’s the willingness to be open about our imperfections and vulnerabilities that makes us fans feel seen. That’s what’s so special about Paramore. His honesty about his struggles, with mental healthwith heartbreak, with identity, with society, etc., It makes us feel understood.”
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