The ‘Misery Business’ singer previously promised fans she isn’t abandoning Paramore – who went on hiatus in 2018 – for “greener grass”.
She said: “I can’t deny there’re frontwomen in history who went solo and didn’t go back, so that’s where I have to trust that the band knows I’m not looking for greener grass.
“I see guys like Julian Casablancas and Thom Yorke put out multiple records and go back to their bands all time. They do their own s*** and nobody thinks it cannibalises The Strokes or Radiohead.
“I’m just trying to get some of that other grass and bring it back over to our side, so I can be like, ‘Try this s***, it’s not too bad’.”
The band’s last studio album was 2017’s ‘After Laughter’.