Lorde Returns With Her New Single and Music Video for "Green Light"

It earned Lorde two Grammys and an honorary membership in Taylor Swift's squad, and thus raised an uncomfortable question: As the world she'd once been skeptical of swallowed her up, how would Lorde be able to retain that signature defiance?

It's her first new song since 'Yellow Flicker Beat', which was taken from the soundtrack of 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1' back in 2014.

Green Light starts slow and builds up into a classic Lorde dance tune, it's quickly clear the song will become a catchy radio tune. The singer's debut album, "Pure Heroine", was released the year before in 2013. "And that's the song for me", she said. Pop fans constantly yearn for this marriage of Big Moment and gorgeous nuance. You don't like the beach! Lorde is also set to perform "Green Light" on Saturday Night Live on March 11. I say, 'She thinks you love the beach, you're such a liar.' What the fuck, she thinks you like the beach?!

So now that Lorde is an establishment pop star, can she still be as weird and revolutionary as she was back then?

"I moved out of home and all of a sudden I was kind of figuring out who am I when I'm alone?"

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

The New Yorker magazine said, "heartbreak has given a much-needed shock to her system".

"I knew it just couldn't be any old thing". "And it's not something that I really am used to writing about ..." The singer brings in a self-reflective perspective to the album that she said would be about "really growing up" as a artist and person. It's wonderful actually listening to this body of work and being like, "wow, that is that year of my life in all of its kind of glory and disgusting..." On her most club-ready hook to date, the freshly minted 20-year-old has never sounded more vulnerable. "It's really special for me to listen to".

The new music video features Lorde singing to the camera in a club, then the singer, sporting her new locks and a pink mini dress, can be seen getting into a black SUV, getting some odd looks from her driver she leans out of the vehicle video.

  • Michelle Webb