It's known for a while that Paramore re-released their latest, self-titled studio album. Basically, everything new added on the additional disc is one new version of "Hate To See Your Heart Break" which features Joy Williams, along with some live versions of older songs and a demo. The track now has a music video to go by.
Hayley Williams and the rest of the gang teamed up with The Civil Wars songstress for the revamped edition of "Hate To See Your Heart Break". The visuals are utterly shot in black and white, while the emphasis is given on the recording session of the track. It's all about how they joined their forces in the studio, for the two ladies to pour out the emotions through their vocals and have a little bit of fun in the meantime. Nothing special and rather eventless, one would say. Unless you're a Paramore fan and appreciate the creative process, it's unlikely that you'll be fond of the clip's concept.
Paramore's deluxe edition of their self-titled record includes all the original 17 songs, along with the disc of new material. Apart from this re-recorded version of "Hate To See Your Heart Break" and a demo titled "Tell Me It's Okay", the rest of the tracklisting is filled with the Japanese bonus tracks and live performances.
Anyway, take a look at the music video below.