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Hayley Williams tries to smile in Paramore's "Fake Happy" video

ABC/Randy HolmesParamore has premiered the video for their single "Fake Happy," a track from their new album, After Laughter. The clip finds Hayley Williams walking through New York City while surrounded by upside-down smiley faces. You can watch it now on YouTube.

Drummer Zac Farro directed the video, which he says is "very special...for me."

"I'm super stoked for people to see this music video," Farro says. "I feel it's subtle and charming and suits the song perfectly."

After Laughter also features the single "Hard Times."

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