Daisy the Great and Hayley Williams’ Good Dye Young to Release Collab on Jan. 18
Daisy the Great recently released their song “Glitter,” teasing an upcoming collaboration with Good Dye Young. The hair dye company created by Paramore’s Hayley Williams will debut four new “kits” inspired in part by the lyrics of “Record Player.”
Here’s what we know about these “seasick sort of green” colors and Daisy the Great’s musical collaborations.
Hayley Williams of Paramore created the Good Dye Young vegan hair dye company
Rising in popularity with songs like “Misery Business” and “Decode,” Paramore became one of the leading bands in the pop-punk/rock movement, with Williams functioning as the frontwoman for the band.
Years later, the band debuted songs “Hard Times” and “Ain’t It Fun.” Williams even pursued solo music and other projects. That includes the artist’s vegan and cruelty-free hair dye company, created with her longtime hairstylist and makeup artist, Brian O’Connor.
Good Dye Young specializes in vibrant permanent and semi-permanent hair dye products, all while encouraging fans to experiment with different hairstyles.
“Hair is one of the coolest and easiest tools that we have for self-expression,” Williams said in a statement regarding her company. “It’s your own personal megaphone, and it’s attached to your head! Our purpose is to create an all-inclusive culture that inspires creativity and empowers everyone’s journey through self-discovery with a whole lot more fun so we can all dye happy.”
Hayley Williams’ Good Dye Young launches collaboration with Daisy the Great in January 2022
Fans know Williams for her ever-changing hair colors. Since appearing in Paramore, the singer swapped her bright orange locks for teal blue and, eventually, a cool silver.
Now, Good Dye Young will be collaborating with the alternative rock duo known as Daisy the Great. This partnership brings four new colors, releasing on Jan. 18, 2022. The limited-edition bundles each include a dye color and a hair lightening kit.
According to a press release, the Daisy the Great collaboration includes the hair dye colors Move Mountains, Narwhal, Kowabunga, and Blue Ruin. These unique colors were inspired by the lyrics of “Record Player” — particularly “dyed my hair blue, it came out a seasick sort of green.”
Daisy the Great previously collaborated with AJR for their song ‘Record Player’
This music duo featuring Kelley Nicole Dugan and Mina Walker released fan-favorite songs like “I’m Fine,” “Persephone,” and “Company.” Described as “powerhouse indie rock,” Daisy the Great creates music that spans several genres.
Recently, Daisy the Great released their song “Glitter” and its corresponding YouTube music video, offering “behind the scenes” stills on their social media platforms. Daisy the Great is known for other chart-topping collaborations, including one with AJR. In 2021, the musicians released “Record Player,” earning over 10 million Spotify plays in the process.
Additionally, Amazon added this track to their “Best of 2021: Alternative” playlist. AJR and Daisy the Great appeared together during Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve to perform “Record Player.”
Music by Daisy the Great is available on most major streaming platforms.
[Correction: An earlier version of this article mistakenly said Daisy the Great named the hair dye colors.]