After restoring and rereleasing Stop Making Sense in 4K last year, A24 is keeping the celebration going with an upcoming tribute album. The film studio teased a compilation recreating the soundtrack to Talking Heads‘ iconic 1984 concert film with a post featuring Paramore.

An Instagram post from the indie studio behind such acclaimed movies as LadybirdMoonlight, and Ex Machina shows Paramore singer Hayley Williams receiving a parcel. Inside is an oversized grey suit similar to frontman David Byrne‘s trademark wardrobe from Stop Making Sense. The brief video confirms Paramore plays the first track on the 16-song album, just as Williams tears into the opening line of “Burning Down The House” and the clip ends. The caption simply reads, “We’ve got a tape we’d like to play you. 16 tracks from 16 artists. Track 1: @paramore. Coming soon.”


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A24 hasn’t announced a release date or tracklist for the Stop Making Sense tribute. There are plenty of bands out there who do some mean Talking Heads covers from Stop Making Sense, including Phish‘s rendition of “Crosseyed and Painless“, Mavis Staples‘ killer performance of “Slippery People“, Widespread Panic‘s take on “Heaven“, and loads more. Funk octet Cool Cool Cool has also been collaborating with original Talking Head Jerry Harrison and former touring guitarist Adrian Belew on a yearslong tribute to 1980’s Remain In Light. In the years since Talking Heads dissolved, David Byrne has also collaborated with an array of artists ranging from St. Vincent to Fatboy Slim.

Last year, the restoration and rerelease of Stop Making Sense got the four original Talking Heads—Byrne, Harrison, Tina Weymouth, and Chris Frantz—in the same room for the first time in over 20 years. The band has coyly denied plans for a run of reunion performances, instead only getting together for film Q&As and interviews on talk shows. Still, hopes remain high for a show or tour of some kind as the celebration of Stop Making Sense enters into another year.

Related: Wishful Thinking: Stephen Colbert Invites Reunited Talking Heads To Perform During Revealing Interview [Videos]

As for Paramore, this post marks a welcome development after rumors swelled that the reinvigorated pop-punk band was heading for a breakup. Last week, the band wiped its social media channels, took down its website, and canceled an appearance at the iHeart Radio ALTer EGO concert (a vacancy quickly filled by Fall Out Boy). Though Paramore made no official statement, sources confirmed to Variety that the band’s online disappearing act came on the day that its 20-year contract with Atlantic Records expired. As for the cancellation, those same sources are adamant that it was truly a scheduling conflict for members of the group. The A24 video marks the first post on the band’s Instagram account since the overhaul.