Interlude: I'm Not Angry Anymore

Songfacts®:

  • This ukulele-led track that is one of a trio of musical interludes, which Paramore fought to have included on the final tracklisting of Paramore. "We had writer's block pretty badly one time, and these interludes just happened," guitarist Taylor York told MTV News. "They're really different ... [they've got] ukulele, [they're] really just weird for us, but it felt like we had to write those to continue writing the record. So I feel like they tell some sort of story; they're more like mini songs than interludes."

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