Paramore's ongoing tour in support of 2017's great After Laughter landed back in NYC last night (6/26) for a big show at Barclays Center, which was apparently the band's first time ever playing Brooklyn. They played every song on After Laughter except closing ballad "Tell Me How," and they included a few treats that they've been known to include, like working part of Whitney Houston's "I Wanna Dance With Somebody" into the end of "Rose-Colored Boy," doing their cover/medley of Drake's "Passionfruit" and "Hold On, We're Going Home," and having drummer Zac Farro come to the front of the stage to do one of his Halfnoise songs. Paramore also offered the crowd a new treat: they brought out Gaten Matarazzo (aka Dustin from Stranger Things), his sister Sabrina, and his brother Carmen to sing with them on "Misery Business," a song that the Matarazzos' band Work In Progress has been known to cover. Afterwards, Hayley tweeted, "the harmonies were so right. was NOT expecting that level of right-ness. 🙏🏼 thanks for hangin with us & our friends."

Opening the Barclays Center show was Foster the People and Soccer Mommy. Pictures are in the gallery above. Paramore's setlist and video of the Matarazzos collab, below.

Paramore at Barclays Center - 6/26/18 Setlist (via)
Still Into You
Rose-Colored Boy (with I Wanna Dance With Somebody by Whitney Houston outro)
That's What You Get
Fake Happy
Playing God
Passionfruit / Hold On, We're Going Home (Drake cover)
Misguided Ghosts
Caught in the Middle
Idle Worship
No Friend
Misery Business (with Gaten, Sabrina, and Carmen Matarazzo)
Ain't It Fun

Told You So
All That Love Is (HalfNoise song)
Hard Times

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