The band have also launched a 'message of hope' text project in support of the US charity that connects people in crisis with qualified counsellors.
Paramore have unveiled a brand new shirt with all profits going towards Crisis Text Line, a free, 24/7 text service connecting people with crisis counsellors across the US.
Only available until May 27th, the 'Hold On' long sleeve is on sale now from the band's official website here.
Furthermore, the band are also encouraging fans to share messages of support via text bubbles, as "by doing so, you’ll inspire others to hold on to hope and help spread the word with Paramore and Crisis Text Line."
The lyric 'hold on to hope' is taken from the song '26' which appeared on the group's 2017 album 'After Laughter', a record that addressed issues of anxiety and depression. You can access the text bubble generator and read some of the messages posted so far here.
To access Crisis Text Line, just text HOME to 741741 in the US. Get more info on their official website here.
Paramore are soon set to embark on a summer US tour with support from Foster The People.