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LISTEN: Lorde’s Latest Album ‘Melodrama’ Is Here

It’s been a while since we’ve heard major news on Lorde. After her years of success, she decided to keep a low profile in New Zealand for some TLC. Lucky for us, the singer is about the break the silence with her long-awaited second studio album Melodrama.

According to Lorde, she’s been working on Melodrama for a while now. In fact, according to Billboard.com Lorde admits that she’s been planning this album shortly after releasing Pure Heroine in 2013. I can’t wait to see how good Melodrama turns out since it took almost 4 years to complete. Prior to the full release, Lorde released four track singles that will be included in the album: “Green light”, “Liability”, “Perfect Places” and “Sober.

Although Lorde avoids sharing her private life, she once said that she projected her previous relationship with James Lowe in her song “Green Light.” In an interview with Zane Lower, Lorde admitted:

The song is actually about a heartbreak. And it’s not something that I really am used to writing about. It took me a while to be able to figure out how to write about that. It was my first major heartbreak. And the song is really about those moments kind of immediately after your life changes and about all the silly little things that you gravitate towards.

All I can say is prepare the tissues and tubs of ice cream. Lorde’s album Melodrama will make you hug your pillow at night.


Listen to Melodrama on Spotify

Lorde’s new album is available on Spotify for listeners with login information.


Listen to Melodrama on iTunes

Her second album is also available for purchase on iTunes by Apple users.


Listen to Melodrama on Google Play

Not a fan of Spotify or iTunes? You can also get the album on Google Play.


Track List of Melodrama

1. Green Light
2. Sober
3. Homemade Dynamite
4. The Louvre
5. Liability
6. Hard Feelings/Loveless
7. Sober II (Melodrama)
8. Writer In The Dark
9. Supercut
10. Liability (Reprise)
11. Perfect Places

Lillie Mae GauranoCOLLEGECANDY Writer
A writer by day and a reader by night, and if you say the words "free" and "food" together I'm there.
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