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After six years of living the rock n' roll dream, two members of the Grammy-nominated band Paramore are moving on.
"A couple of months ago, Josh and Zac [Farro] let us know they would be leaving the band after our show in Orlando last Sunday," a blog posted by front woman Haley Williams and her band mates reads. "None of us were really shocked."
The remaining members admit that their rise to fame has not been "without trial" and say that "for the last year it hasn't seemed as if [Josh and Zac] wanted to be around anymore."
Josh, standing to the right of Haley in the above pic, played lead guitar/backing vocals for the band, while his younger brother Zac, who is seen on the far left of the above pic, was on drums.
"We want Josh and Zac to do something that makes them happy and if that isn't here with us, then we support them finding happiness elsewhere," the blog reads. "But we never for a second thought about leaving any of this behind. We really hope that you can be encouraged by the fact that the three of us who are still here are ready to take on another chapter of our journey together."