Ex Paramore members, Josh and Zac Farro, are in a battle of “he said she said” with lead singer Hayley Williams. The break up fueled by creative and religious differences, mixed with a love gone wrong was a recipe for disaster. The Farro’s came out with music guns blazing over Hayley Williams, “Josh and Zac” exit statement. Sounds like Paramore needs couples counseling.
The statement written by Josh Farro, details the multiple reasons why they (he) left. Sounding like a scorned lover of Hayley Williams (ex boyfriend) he said: “This band became all about Hayley. She had a manager at the time that controlled her every move along with her parents. They didn’t like the idea of Hayley being in a rock band so they forced her to leave wanting her to pursue a solo career. Hayley went off to write and record her solo demos while the four of us continued on without her.” Well, lead singers do have egos and Hayley Williams IS born under the sign of Capricorn. No hard feelings Josh, she’s all business. Translation, Hayley doesn’t want to split music royalties anymore.
Hayley Williams, who is currently dating New Found Glory guitarist Chad Gilbert, has a bumpy ride ahead of her. Part of Paramore’s appeal is they are a cool band, that has a certain vibe and mystique. Sometimes lead singers pursue solo projects and fail miserably. Mick Jagger is amazing as the lead singer of Rolling Stones, not as a solo singer. Get it?
Josh Farro a Libra, astrologically clashed with Hayley a Capricorn. Libra’s need harmony and balance to stay productive. Capricorns aren’t afraid to “go there,” and can be shit stirrers. Hayley Williams and Josh Farro dated secretly for three years, he wanted to go public and she didn’t. It sounds like a broken heart split the band up. Josh’s brother Zac a Gemini, stuck in the middle, probably used humor to diffuse the situation. Not so funny anymore.
In the end, Astrochicks thinks Hayley Williams will find more music success as the singer of Paramore and not going solo. For Josh and Zac Farro, they need to start a new band, and preferably choose a male this time. That way love won’t get in the way of their musical destinations.