Paramore have revealed the track listing for their much-anticipated fourth album. The band's fourth LP, which is self-titled, will be released on April 9.

There are 17 songs on the new album, but three of those appear to be interludes between tracks. Frontwoman Hayley Williams recently told 'NME' that the upcoming record is influenced by British buzz group Alt-J and other electronic artists. "I'd be lying if I said we didn't collectively listen to more electronic music during this process than ever before," she said. "I think it's just because that genre is super-hot right now. Even so, I wouldn't say we sound like any of those bands. It sounds more like someone let us loose in a blow up castle full of instruments and we just bounced around it in for a few days."

Earlier this week, Paramore released a minute-long video that teases the album. Not much happens -- the clip basically rolls through a bunch of blurry images of the band working in the studio as a brief instrumental passage for the album's first single, 'Now' (which comes out next month), plays in the background.

Here's the full track list for 'Paramore':

'Fast in My Car'

'Now'

'Grow Up'

'Daydreaming'

'Interlude: Moving On'

'Ain't It Fun'

'Part II'

'Last Hope'

'Still Into You'

'Anklebiters'

'interlude: Holiday'

'Proof'

'Hate to See Your Heart Break'

'(One of Those) Crazy Girls'

'interlude: I'm Not Angry Anymore'

'Be Alone'

'Future'

Since the band's last album, 2009's 'Brand New Eyes,' two founding members have left the group, leaving Williams -- who's always been the focal point of the pop-punk band -- pretty much in charge.