In the band paramore why does the bassist when in concert sometimes turn and fac!

Question: In the band paramore why does the bassist when in concert sometimes turn and face the drummer!?
ive noticed that while performing live the bassist (jeremy) turns his back on the audience and plays in front of the drums and drummer (zac)!. why does he do this!? i dont know if other bands do this or not but yeah i was just wondering why!?
okay thankyou so much if you answer :)Www@Enter-QA@Com

Here's the actual answer: The bass and drums need to be locked together!. This provides the "bottom" of the music!. It is not uncommon for the bass player to look at the drummer to ensure that they are in sync!. It is often quite difficult to hear on stage!.Www@Enter-QA@Com

Sometimes in many rock concert, the bassist or guitarist will turn and face the drummer, either from the front of the drummer, or from his side!.

Its not common though to stay there for a long time, but some people do, from the side facing the drummer

I saw once in Avril Lavigne's concert, where her former bassist always turn and face the drummer

Maybe they just feel comfortable that way, facing the drummer instead of the crowd!.

Those music instrument players don't have as much stage presence as the lead singer, so they may not always be comfortable at the front facing the audienceWww@Enter-QA@Com

yeah, that's the style of them :)

ii LOVE Paramore!.Www@Enter-QA@Com

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