Paramore's first studio album All We Know is Falling, as it was also the first song track in the album. It was released on February 26, 2007 in the US, and on December 16th, 2006 in the UK.
The song's lyrics are based on both the departure of the band's bass player Jeremy Davis who later returned to the band, and the divorce of lead singer Hayley Williams's parents, as is most of the album.
Very few reviews exist for "All We Know" but the Digital Spy website gave it a rather positive review by stating: "The song slides from hard-rocking, crashing guitars and emotive, angry vocals to a much softer sound to start off the last third of the song, and Williams' vocals really do stand out on 'All We Know', her voice almost trilling as she hits the high notes and yelping out that "it takes some time to let you go" before Paramore take us to a much gentler interlude, swiftly followed by a return to this group's fast-paced sound." The final rating for the single was 3 out of 5 stars.
|Emergency (2006/2007)||All We Know (2006/2007)||Misery Business (2007)|
Music VideoA live video is available, filmed at one of the band's concerts. The video is a clip show of Paramore performing on their own, at a concert and of various images of them running around town and backstage at their concert. It is a similar music video to the U.K. released single "Hallelujah" from their second album Riot!.
|Label||Fueled By Ramen|
|Albums||All We Know is Falling, Riot!, brand new eyes, Paramore, After Laughter|
|Live Albums||Live in the UK 2008, The Final Riot!|
|Other Albums||The B Sides|
|Other Charted Songs & Singles||In the Mourning, Renegade, Grow Up, Anklebiters, Hate to See Your Heart Break, Forgiveness, 26, Pool|
Other Songs (Song List)
|The Summer Tic EP, 2010 Summer Tour EP, The Only Exception EP, The Holiday Sessions|
|Singles Club EP|
|Related Pages||Teenagers, Airplanes, Stay the Night|