History Music / Lorde

2nd Feb '18 12:18:06 AM canIusethishandle
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Lorde released her sophomore album ''Melodrama'' in 2017. It features [[NewSoundAlbum new sounds]], and has a distinctly different feel to it based off her experience of rising to international stardom. She also collaborated with British duo Disclosure, producing the track "Magnets" for their second album. In the same year, she is set to make multiple festival appearances for the first time since 2014 -- including Coachella and Governors Ball.

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Lorde released her sophomore album ''Melodrama'' in 2017. It features [[NewSoundAlbum new sounds]], and has a distinctly different feel to it based off her experience of rising to international stardom. She also collaborated with British duo Disclosure, producing the track "Magnets" for their second album. In the same year, she is set to make made multiple festival appearances for the first time since 2014 -- including Coachella and Governors Ball.
2nd Feb '18 12:16:31 AM canIusethishandle
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[[OverlyLongName Ella Marija Lani Yelich-O'Connor]], [[SomeCallMeTim better known]] by her {{stage name|s}} of '''Lorde''' (born November 7, 1996), is a teenage indie pop singer from New Zealand. Her music deals with the problems of adolescence, paralleled with her own rise to fame. Her debut release, ''The Love Club EP'', went #2 in her own country, and her songs "Royals" and "Tennis Court" went #1. In September 2013, she released ''Music/PureHeroine'' worldwide, which gained critical acclaim for its production and lyrical content. It gained an UpdatedRerelease in December 2013, featuring a bonus track, "No Better", songs from ''The Love Club EP'', and the "Tennis Court" B-side "[[Music/TheReplacements Swingin Party]]". The closest comparison her music could get is Music/LanaDelRey. Dedicated to the darker sides of growing up, and life. She taps into the same disillusionment around the world right now. If younger and less glossy. She's won 2 Grammys and 1 BRIT.

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[[OverlyLongName Ella Marija Lani Yelich-O'Connor]], [[SomeCallMeTim better known]] by her {{stage name|s}} of '''Lorde''' (born November 7, 1996), is a teenage an indie pop singer from New Zealand. Her music deals with the problems of adolescence, paralleled with her own rise to fame. Her debut release, ''The Love Club EP'', went #2 in her own country, and her songs "Royals" and "Tennis Court" went #1. In September 2013, she released ''Music/PureHeroine'' worldwide, which gained critical acclaim for its production and lyrical content. It gained an UpdatedRerelease in December 2013, featuring a bonus track, "No Better", songs from ''The Love Club EP'', and the "Tennis Court" B-side "[[Music/TheReplacements Swingin Party]]". The closest comparison her music could get is Music/LanaDelRey. Dedicated to the darker sides of growing up, and life. She taps into the same disillusionment around the world right now. If younger and less glossy. She's won 2 Grammys and 1 BRIT.
28th Jan '18 1:30:35 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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[[OverlyLongName Ella Marija Lani Yelich-O'Connor]], also known as Lorde (born November 7, 1996), is a teenage indie pop singer from New Zealand. Her music deals with the problems of adolescence, paralleled with her own rise to fame. Her debut release, ''The Love Club EP'', went #2 in her own country, and her songs "Royals" and "Tennis Court" went #1. In September 2013, she released ''Music/PureHeroine'' worldwide, which gained critical acclaim for its production and lyrical content. It gained an UpdatedRerelease in December 2013, featuring a bonus track, "No Better", songs from ''The Love Club EP'', and the "Tennis Court" B-side "[[Music/TheReplacements Swingin Party]]". The closest comparison her music could get is Music/LanaDelRey. Dedicated to the darker sides of growing up, and life. She taps into the same disillusionment around the world right now. If younger and less glossy. She's won 2 Grammys and 1 BRIT.

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[[OverlyLongName Ella Marija Lani Yelich-O'Connor]], also known as Lorde [[SomeCallMeTim better known]] by her {{stage name|s}} of '''Lorde''' (born November 7, 1996), is a teenage indie pop singer from New Zealand. Her music deals with the problems of adolescence, paralleled with her own rise to fame. Her debut release, ''The Love Club EP'', went #2 in her own country, and her songs "Royals" and "Tennis Court" went #1. In September 2013, she released ''Music/PureHeroine'' worldwide, which gained critical acclaim for its production and lyrical content. It gained an UpdatedRerelease in December 2013, featuring a bonus track, "No Better", songs from ''The Love Club EP'', and the "Tennis Court" B-side "[[Music/TheReplacements Swingin Party]]". The closest comparison her music could get is Music/LanaDelRey. Dedicated to the darker sides of growing up, and life. She taps into the same disillusionment around the world right now. If younger and less glossy. She's won 2 Grammys and 1 BRIT.
22nd Jan '18 10:42:21 PM Discord_and_Dine
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** From "Green Light". She spits this line with as much venom as a cobra:
--> ''She says you love the beach you're such a damn liar.''
10th Jan '18 2:16:33 AM Cryoclaste
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She also reached a new height of fame when it was revealed at E3 2014 that her cover of "Everybody Wants to Rule the World" by Tears for Fears was used in the cinematic trailer for Ubisoft's ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreedUnity'', and it was recently revealed that she would be "[[http://www.theguardian.com/music/2014/aug/01/lorde-appointed-hunger-games-music-supervisor-mockingjay-part-1 curating]]" the soundtrack for the first part of the final HungerGames movie (''Mockingjay'').

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She also reached a new height of fame when it was revealed at E3 2014 that her cover of "Everybody Wants to Rule the World" by Tears for Fears was used in the cinematic trailer for Ubisoft's ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreedUnity'', and it was recently revealed that she would be "[[http://www.theguardian.com/music/2014/aug/01/lorde-appointed-hunger-games-music-supervisor-mockingjay-part-1 curating]]" the soundtrack for the first part of the final HungerGames ''Film/TheHungerGames'' movie (''Mockingjay'').
25th Dec '17 2:23:11 PM AreYouTyler
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* ''Teofagia'' (2013)
22nd Nov '17 3:06:39 PM nekonaito
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** "Sober" has a pretty strong one:
-->''Jack and Jill got fucked up and possessive when they get dark''
3rd Nov '17 4:15:38 PM dlchen145
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+ James Blake, Music/LanaDelRey, Music/LouReed, Music/{{Burial}}, Music/BonIver, Music/{{Drake}}, Music/BillieHoliday, Sam Cooke, Etta James, Music/OtisRedding, Music/{{Grimes}}, Music/SleighBells, Music/KanyeWest, Music/{{Radiohead}}, Music/{{Prince}}, Music/LaurieAnderson, Music/FleetwoodMac, Music/{{Yeasayer}}, Music/AnimalCollective, J. Cole, James Woon, Cat Stevens, Music/NickiMinaj, Music/KendrickLamar, Music/TheWeeknd, Creator/KurtVonnegut, Raymond Carver, Wells Tower, Tobias Wolff, Claire Vaye Watkins, Music/SylviaPlath, Creator/WaltWhitman, Creator/TSEliot ]

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+ James Blake, Music/LanaDelRey, Music/LouReed, Music/{{Burial}}, Music/BonIver, Music/{{Drake}}, Music/BillieHoliday, Sam Cooke, Etta James, Music/OtisRedding, Music/{{Grimes}}, Music/SleighBells, Music/KanyeWest, Music/{{Radiohead}}, Music/{{Prince}}, Music/LaurieAnderson, Music/FleetwoodMac, Music/{{Yeasayer}}, Music/AnimalCollective, J. Cole, James Woon, Cat Stevens, Music/NickiMinaj, Music/KendrickLamar, Music/TheWeeknd, Creator/KurtVonnegut, Raymond Carver, Wells Tower, Tobias Wolff, Claire Vaye Watkins, Music/SylviaPlath, Creator/SylviaPlath, Creator/WaltWhitman, Creator/TSEliot ]
3rd Nov '17 4:15:12 PM dlchen145
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+ James Blake, Music/LanaDelRey, Music/LouReed, Music/{{Burial}}, Music/BonIver, Music/{{Drake}}, Music/BillieHoliday, Sam Cooke, Etta James, Music/OtisRedding, Music/{{Grimes}}, Music/SleighBells, Music/KanyeWest, Music/{{Radiohead}}, Music/{{Prince}}, Music/LaurieAnderson, Music/FleetwoodMac, Music/{{Yeasayer}}, Music/AnimalCollective, J. Cole, James Woon, Cat Stevens, Music/NickiMinaj, Music/KendrickLamar, Music/TheWeeknd, Music/KurtVonnegut, Raymond Carver, Wells Tower, Tobias Wolff, Claire Vaye Watkins, Music/SylviaPlath, Creator/WaltWhitman, Creator/TSEliot ]

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+ James Blake, Music/LanaDelRey, Music/LouReed, Music/{{Burial}}, Music/BonIver, Music/{{Drake}}, Music/BillieHoliday, Sam Cooke, Etta James, Music/OtisRedding, Music/{{Grimes}}, Music/SleighBells, Music/KanyeWest, Music/{{Radiohead}}, Music/{{Prince}}, Music/LaurieAnderson, Music/FleetwoodMac, Music/{{Yeasayer}}, Music/AnimalCollective, J. Cole, James Woon, Cat Stevens, Music/NickiMinaj, Music/KendrickLamar, Music/TheWeeknd, Music/KurtVonnegut, Creator/KurtVonnegut, Raymond Carver, Wells Tower, Tobias Wolff, Claire Vaye Watkins, Music/SylviaPlath, Creator/WaltWhitman, Creator/TSEliot ]
16th Jun '17 10:07:45 PM BronyoftheOctaves
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* ConceptAlbum: ''Kinda'' with ''Melodrama'': The album screams "break up album", but [[WordOfGod Lorde herself]] stated it isn't, but about the concept of loneliness.


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* TitleDrop: Not from ''Pure Heroine'' but from ''Melodrama'', on "Sober II (Melodrama)":
--> ''the '''fucking''' melodrama..''
--> ''this was melodrama...''
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