The time is almost now for the premiere of Paramore's latest music video for "Now." The band will sit down with MTV News' James Montgomery on Monday (February 11) for "MTV First: Paramore," and they will open up about the clip right after they premiere it.
The band recently dropped a teaser for the war-torn visual, showing lead singer Hayley Williams walking through the turmoil unscathed.
"Now" is the lead single off their upcoming [article id="1700566"]self-titled album[/article], their first release as a trio since brothers Josh and Zac Farro left the band in 2010. Fans don't have much longer to wait to hear Williams and the rest of the band open up about what it all means. She will be joined by bassist Jeremy Davis and guitarist Taylor York, who will debut the full video on MTV at 7:23 p.m. ET.
To get you amped for the premiere, MTV News has a little tease. We stopped by the "Now" set to see what we could squeeze out of Davis before the premiere. "It's exciting that our first video shows bursting of colors and all that stuff," he said, noting that he's "really excited" by the video's concept.
He added, "So it feels good to come out and not have to rock out on guitars right away, to try plighting a little bit. That was cool."
Shortly after the premiere, the band will sit down for an interview with MTV News and answer fan questions on MTV.com.
The band's fourth album was produced by Justin Meldal-Johnsen, who's also worked with Beck, Nine Inch Nails, Tegan and Sara and M83. They'll follow up the April 9 comeback album with a [article id="1700877"]North American tour[/article], kicking off on April 25.
Make sure to tune into "MTV First: Paramore" at 7:23 p.m. ET. Following the online interview, "Now" will premiere at 8:00 p.m. ET on mtvU, MTV Hits and MTV.com, as well as the following morning during AMTV.