Lorde’s new release better in audio #screenplayAWFUL #BRATalert

The Edge NZ Published on Mar 2, 2017
Lorde gets all emotional about the meaning behind Green Light
In an exclusive interview with The Edge, Lorde opened up about the meaning behind her new single, Green Light.

The Edge NZ Published on Mar 2, 2017
Lorde reveals what she spends her millions on
Lorde revealed in an exclusive interview with The Edge what she spends her millions on.


LordeVEVO Published on Mar 2, 2017
Lorde – Green Light
Official video for ‘Green Light’, from the new album Melodrama.
Directed by Grant Singer | Produced by Saul Germaine | Executive Producer Nina Soriano | Director of Photography Steve Annis | Production Designer Page Buckner | Edited by Nate Gross | For Anonymous Content


### billboard.com
Lorde’s ‘Green Light’: A Brilliant Songwriter Enters Her Prime
By Jason Lipshutz 3 Feb 2017
Quick question: What’s the most impressive thing about Lorde?
Take a breath, because there’s really no wrong answer here. You could say it’s her prodigy status and how quickly and thoroughly she achieved her international success: when “Royals”, her debut single, hit No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in October 2013, Ella Yelich-O’Connor was 16 years old, making her the youngest solo artist to reach the top of the chart since Tiffany in 1988.
You could nod to her singular style, previously a strain of dark pop defined by its sparseness, programmed beats, slower tempos and swirling hooks, all anchored by a voice that can rattle off details (“gold teeth, Grey Goose, trippin’ in the bathroom, bloodstains, ball gowns, trashin’ the hotel room”) and sprawl out in space (“And we’ll never be rooooyals”) with the same fortitude. Since her debut project Pure Heroine — which has sold 1.66 million copies to date, according to Nielsen Music — was released nearly four years ago, its sound has helped define top 40 thanks to smashes by The Weeknd, Alessia Cara and Tove Lo, among others.
Or maybe it’s her consistency: Pure Heroine remains a 10-track opus bursting with ideas about love, loneliness and lack of representation within modern music, while most of Lorde’s non-Heroine material — her Hunger Games single “Yellow Flicker Beat,” her Disclosure collaboration “Magnets” — is just as textured and carefully orchestrated. Some of Lorde’s songs are better than others, but they’re never phoned-in or forgettable.
So, again, really no wrong answer here. But with “Green Light,” a comeback single that barges into your heart on its first play, Lorde makes a good case that her songwriting, above all else, is her strongest asset.
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Hate the fake tan in the vid.

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

Sometimes I wake up in a different bedroom
I whisper things, the city sings ’em back to you

Signing off…….

sparkle I’m waiting for it, that green light, I want it

Posted by Elizabeth Kerr


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6 responses to “Lorde’s new release better in audio #screenplayAWFUL #BRATalert

  1. Hype O'Thermia

    Lorde is almighty, don’t begrudge her
    OPINION: Lorde has become so popular. But damn, ain’t it so much cooler to just cut her down?

  2. Elizabeth

    At Facebook:

    LordeVEVO Published on Mar 9, 2017
    Lorde – Liability
    “Liability” from the album ‘Melodrama’ out June 16th


    10.3.17 ODT: Lorde drops new song, reveals album date

  3. Elizabeth

    ### radionz.co.nz Tue, 18 Mar 2017 8:56 am today
    Morning Report with Susie Ferguson and Guyon Espiner
    Lorde debuts latest song “Homemade Dynamite” at Coachella Link
    Los Angeles Times music critic Mikael Wood talks about Lorde’s performance at the Coachella festival, where she treated the audience to a new song.
    Audio | Download: Ogg MP3 (3′ 25″)

    Hommade Dynamite is the 4th Track from Lorde’s upcoming album Melodrama. Out In May.

    Alexandra Griffin Published on Apr 17, 2017
    Lorde Coachella 2017 – Homemade Dynamite
    Brand new Lorde song

    Alex Van Published on Apr 17, 2017
    LORDE: Homemade Dynamite (NEW SINGLE) Coachella 2017
    Lorde Homemade Dynamite Debut Single Coachella 4/16/17

    A couple rebel top gun pilots
    Flying with nowhere to be
    Don’t know you super well
    But I think that you might be the same as me
    Behave abnormally

    So let’s let things come out of the woodwork
    I’ll be on my best side, tell you all my best lies

    Our rules, our dreams, we’re blind
    Blowing shit up with homemade d-d-d-dynamite
    Our friends, our drinks, we get inspired
    Blowing shit up with homemade d-d-d-dynamite

    [audio files]
    Lorde full performance at Coachella 2017:
    320kbps – MP3: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B-PjdHkVlL_eUGg4WVRqYWVqX3M

    Green Light (Intro)
    Tennis Court
    400 Lux (Intro)
    400 Lux
    Buzzcut Season
    Homemade Dynamite (Intro)
    Homemade Dynamite
    Liability (Intro)
    Green Light

  4. Elizabeth

    At Facebook:

  5. Elizabeth

    At Facebook:

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