Hayley Williams

Petals For Armor

2020

This album was released 52 weeks ago.

81% ±12% 12 reviews
# Song 4WIM
1 Simmer
2 Leave It Alone
3 Cinnamon
4 Creepin'
5 Sudden Desire
1 Dead Horse
2 My Friend
3 Over Yet
4 Roses/Lotus/Violet/Iris
5 Why We Ever
1 Pure Love
2 Taken
3 Sugar On The Rim
4 Watch Me While I Bloom
5 Crystal Clear
Rating Source
81% 4WIM Rating
100% DIY Magazine After all, throughout her time in Paramore, she delved deep into her own experiences and transformed them into relatable pop rock anthems.
100% The Line of Best Fit
90% Backseat Mafia On 8th May 2020 through Atlantic, we were finally treated to the collection of songs now known as Petals For Armor, by Paramore‘s frontwoman Hayley Williams.
87% Consequence of Sound Her music videos find her exploring the woods — in “Simmer,” running naked through them and stumbling over shadowy groves of skeletons and, in “Leave It Alone”, wandering thoughtfully through shrouded fields and emerging from a gooey cocoon — and these songs carry a searching feeling to them, too.
83% Gaffa (Sweden) Det är ett genialiskt album och fastän varenda känslomässiga uttryck uppskattas, svalnar intresset något för vissa låtar, så som Creepin’ och Sudden Desire.
80% The Arts Desk The listener's feelings towards Paramore are irrelevant here, there's simply a huge amount to enjoy, contagious songs lathered in an unexpected inventiveness.
80% Irish Times A song that pulls on tension but unfolds as each stark truth is revealed, her debut solo album’s lead single that details the various forms of abuse that the women in her life have experienced.
80% No Ripcord With Haylee Williams, the solo album comes long into a successful and strong career as the frontwomen for Paramore and it still sees her breaking new ground.
80% Paste Magazine Hayley Williams is an alternative American sweetheart, capturing the hearts of millions with her band Paramore.
68% Earbuddy Petals for Armor I is the first installment of Paramore frontwoman Hayley Williams’ solo project Petals for Armor.
65% Under the Radar Magazine The results of which are often daring and captivating but just as often conventional and uninteresting, making for an uneven album that is mostly appealing if not inconsistent.    Perhaps from trying too many schemes while struggling to find a niche, the album’s 15 tracks are a study in contrasting moods.
60% The Guardian Petals for Armor is not about Williams’s time with Paramore, per se, but her recovery from a band she had been in since her teens, an outfit run on equal parts camaraderie and acrimony, tinged by God and latterday poptimist repositioning.