Hayley Williams Opens Up About The Release Date Of Her New Album’s Vinyl And Physical Versions

Paramore frontwomen Hayley Williams shared a post on her official Twitter page thanking Amazon Music for including her song, ‘Wait On’ from her brand new second studio album, ‘Flowers for Vases/Descansos’ in addition to revealing if the new album is going to be released in vinyl or any type of physical format.

As many of you know, Hayley Williams released her second studio album named ‘Flowers for Vases/Descansos’ on February 5, 2021, only nine months after her debut solo album, ‘Petals for Amor.’ Williams announced the release of her second solo album through a social media post, surprisingly, only a day before the release date.

The brand new album consists of 14 songs and already received positive reviews both from critics and also fans apparently since Amazon Music included a song from the album, ‘Wait On’ to its playlist named ‘Fresh Alternative.’ The playlist also involves musicians and bands such as Foo Fighters, Bastille, and Dennis Lloyd.

Recently, Hayler Williams shared a post on her official Twitter page thanking Amazon Music for including a brand new song of hers into a playlist that consists of many other incredible musicians and bands. In addition to ‘Wait On,’ a cover version of Massive Attack song, ‘Teardrop’ by Williams also took place in the playlist.

Here is what Williams said:

“thank you for Fresh Alternative, Amazon Music”

After her post, a fan shared a tweet asking Hayley Williams if her brand new album, ‘Flowers for Vases/Descansos’ is going to be released in vinyl format. Williams shared another post on her official Twitter page revealing that she wanted to try a digital-only release for now, however, any kind of physical release is going to happen later.

Here is what the fan asked:

“miss Hayley Williams, I am asking please where is the flowers for vases/descansos vinyl I am DESPERATE”

Here is what she said:

“not yet. wanted to try out a digital-only release... so go stream it if you like it <3 vinyl/physical release later.”

You can see the Twitter posts below.