The pop star confirms a “third one in the oven” in Melodrama anniversary post.
Lorde covers Simon & Garfunkel’s “Sound of Silence” with Marlon Williams at Christchurch benefit: Watch
Plus, the New Zealand pop star sings “Team” with Bic Runga.
Lorde has started brainstorming her next album, which “will probably be born around the piano in my house”
“I’ve been teaching myself how to play piano, and here and there little bits come out,” Lorde writes in a newsletter update.
After growing close during the recording of Melodrama, it appears the two have had a falling out.
“Don’t steal—not from women or anyone else—not in 2018 or ever.”
The Swedish songwriter’s sound, style, and principles shaped the pop world as we know it today.
Foo Fighters, Neil Young, The Weeknd, and Future were all second to the festival’s eclectic personality.
Nick Cave, Björk, Lorde, Hinds, and more bring magic to the Spanish shore.
Plus, Lorde, Father John Misty, HAIM, Charlotte Gainsbourg, and many, many more.
New Zealand singer-songwriter covered the R&B juggernaut earlier in the Melodrama tour.
The Chemical Brothers, New Order, Manic Street Preachers, MGMT, CHVRCHES, Death Cab For Cutie, The War on Drugs, and Jenny Lewis are also heading to Mexico City this November.
Melodramatic collaborator Jack Antonoff accompanied the pop star on acoustic guitar.