Lorde Plays It Safe With 'Green Light'

Lorde Plays It Safe With 'Green Light'

Darren Sullivan
March 4, 2017

Fans have finally heard Lorde's new single.

Numerous songs on her upcoming release Melodrama, including new single Green Light, came from the dark period of creativity.

Lorde continued: " I wrote this album about this insane year of my life.

As we try to contain our excitement for Lorde's triumphant return, we're taking a look back at what she's been up to these past few years.

Submit your Newswire tips here. "The song is really about those moments kind of immediately after [the breakup]", she said.

Lorde's new single Green Light has taken the music world by storm since its release earlier today, with one fellow star calling it a "magnificent bop for the ages".

Following her new single's release, Lorde revealed that her new album will be called "Melodrama".

"I moved out of home and all of a sudden I was kind of figuring who am I when I'm alone, who am I when I'm doing things just for myself?"

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He said although Lent was a penitential season, it was also a joyful season. Orthodox or eastern churches start Lent on Monday, not Wednesday.

On Wednesday night fans of the Grammy award victor were led on a treasure hunt and found a green-lit smoking auto in Ponsonby, the beach lit up in green in Herne Bay and a projection of a snippet of her song on a wall in Auckland City.

I would have settled for more of Pure Heroine " s quiet vignettes of adolescent life in suburbia, or another freakish, apocalyptic war-shout like her song for The Hunger Games soundtrack, 'Yellow Flicker Beat'. She's dressed in a form-fitting maroon mini dress as she dances wildly on the top of a vehicle.

But I hear sounds in my mind, Brand new sounds in my mind.

The accompanying music video to Green Light on Lorde's official YouTube page has already had more than 3 million views. She went on to say that it'll also feature "some of my best lyrics I've ever written".

"I realised this is that drunk girl at the party dancing around crying about her ex-boyfriend who everyone thinks is a mess".

Oh, and did we mention she signed with Universal Records at 12 years old?

"The song is about the start of the previous year or so of my life", she explained in an interview with The Edge. I love farms. I'm a big fan of farms.