Hayley Williams has announced the details of the vinyl version of her second album, Flowers for Vases/Descansos.
The Paramore singer’s second solo album was released back in February and followed 2020’s ‘Petals for Armour’.
As revealed on their social media accounts, “Vase for Flowers/Descansos” will be available on “Milky Clear” and limited edition “Pink Smoke” vinyl starting September 10.
“Don’t know who knows, but I released my second solo album earlier this year and decided not to promote it,” she wrote on Twitter. “It’s really personal. But some ppl were disappointed, I never did a physical release.”
Pre-orders for the vinyl are now available here.
Don’t know who knows but I released my second solo album earlier this year and decided not to promote it. It is really personal. But some ppl were upset, i never did any physical release.
you can order tomorrow
Flowers for vase/descansos on vinyl.
thanks for caring <3 pic.twitter.com/58VY5pfGSl
— Hayley from Paramore (@yelyahwilliams) 21 July 2021
Review for ‘Vase for Flowers / Descansos’ upon release, wrote: “Perhaps partly how it was made, ‘Flowers for Flowers / Descansos’ is less flashy and biting than her first solo album. While that record brought to mind the intricacies of Thom Yorke and Warpaint , and burned with a raging rage, it comes with Williams’ voice from a softer, more exposed place.
“As if groping a filthy fistful of dead weeds to make room for living things to flourish, ‘Flowers for Vases/Descansos’ rakes back debris and exposes Hayley Williams. Sowing new seeds, it There is an approach that pays off.”
Since the album’s release, Williams has spoken of her pride in playing every instrument on the record, and revealed that she is set to work on a new Paramore album.
When asked if she has unused songs for her solo work and would she consider using them for Paramore, she replied on Twitter: “There are more songs, yes. But I am not planning any other solo album. And I’m not sure they’d be very good for Paramore. I’m ready for the next Paramore album. lets go.”