Published: Sat, March 11, 2017
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

Lorde Just Blessed the World with Another New Song

Lorde Just Blessed the World with Another New Song

After the release of Green Light, also from Melodrama, last week, Lorde is obviously gearing things up for the release of her album, not surprising now that she's officially confirmed that we can officially expect it on June 16.

Lorde is opening up about her newly-released song "Liability", from her second full-length album Melodrama!

The surprise release comes after Lorde spent several days teasing fans with glimpses of "Green Light", including setting up several physical teasers in various locations around Auckland and sharing extra clips from the music video online.

Finally, Lorde teased fans one day earlier with a sample of the lyrics from "Liability", and though people guessed it was from a new song, they couldn't have known what was in store.

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The New Zealand-born singer-songwriter reveals she had an epiphany which led her to the new single.

And the star has admitted producer Jack Antonoff "pushed" her a lot whilst creating the album. "Get you wild, make you leave".

The melancholy epiphany came when Lorde was listening to Rihanna's "Higher" in a taxi previous year, and she was overcome with emotion that she would never be able to have a regular relationship with anyone. "If it is having to give up a little portion of their privacy or their life becoming more hard or whatever".

"'Liability" is a amusing one", Lorde tells Radio.com in an exclusive interview. The song premiered on Zane Lowe's Beats 1 radio show. "And I had a little cry and I was just like, "It's always going to be this way, at some point with everyone, it's going to be this way".

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