Paramore’s Hayley Williams just made a surprising upload – her cover of Radiohead’s song. The song dates back to 1995. The song was recorded at home (of course) and features only the singer herself and a guitar.

Williams says she’s been asked to cover Radiohead for a while by her fans but wasn’t enthusiastic about it up until now. Luckily for fans, she’s finally made it.

Lockdown got Hayley Williams covering song after song. As of now, she’s done songs from Tegan and Sara, SZA, Björk, and Radiohead’s song we’ve mentioned before.

Williams’ latest 2020 solo project received many positive reviews and was supposed to be promoted with a tour later this year but unfortunately was canceled.

Hayley Williams presented a cover of Bjork’s song “Unison”. The singer admitted that she was asked to perform something from Bjork’s repertoire.

According to Williams, she hoped to perform the cover at the concert, but given the current circumstances, concerts will have to wait a long time. She sang the song with acoustic guitar and apologized for the “rude everyday performance.” “Unison” is one of Haley’s Top 5 Favorite Songs.

The song “Unison” was included in Bjork’s fourth album “Vespertine”, released in 2001.

Hayley Williams released her debut solo album, Petals For Armor, in May. On June 30, the singer published a lyric video for the song “Sugar on the Rim”, and shortly before that Hot Chip presented a remix of the track “Dead Horse”.

Paramore’s last album to date, “After Laughter”, was released in 2017.