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- Song Name: Still Into You
- Artist Name / Band Name: Paramore
- Produced By: Justin Meldal-Johnsen
- Album Name: Paramore
- Release Date: March 14, 2013
- Genre: Rock
- Record Label: Fueled by Ramen
- Written By: Hayley Williams, Taylor York
- Performance: Peaked at No.
- Sampled In: N/A
- Cover By: N/A
- Remixed By: N/A
Paramore – Still Into You Review
Paramore launched its latest single last March. To be expected, ‘Still Into You’ by Paramore review raves about the band’s return to the scene. The song comes as the second single off from the band’s fourth album, the self-titled ‘Paramore.’ It is a contrast compared to the preceding single ‘Now,’ which has exhibited a darker intensity.
The track has the influences of many other genres like pop rock, new wave, and power pop. Interestingly and expectedly, it has generated positive reviews from numerous music critics. They have been praising it for its unique pop rock sound. The vocals are effective, deserving commendation.
Critical acclamation comes naturally to the song. It is fun and catchy with strong vocal performance. To some, it follows a similar sonic direction that was noticed on the band’s first album. The lyrics talk about the songwriter’s longtime relationship.
Many fans think the track is among the best songs that have been ever released by Paramore. The chorus is very catchy that it may be retained in a listener’s mind for the longest time. It has the makings of a good summer track.