dglobalnews.com Lorde's 'Green Light' is here, and it's a 10/10 banger
Published: Fri, March 03, 2017
Culture&Arts | By Orlando Mckenzie

Lorde's 'Green Light' is here, and it's a 10/10 banger

Lorde's 'Green Light' is here, and it's a 10/10 banger

The video, directed by Grant Singer, features a cameo from her producer, Jack Antonoff, playing piano in the background.

This year, LORDE makes her anxiously awaited return with the new single "Green Light,"marking the first taste of new music that will set the tone for her highly anticipated performances at marquee festivals including Coachella, Governors Ball, and Bonnaroo". "Green Light" is inspired by and about her first major heartbreak.

In a subsequent tweet, she wrote, "i am so proud of this song.it's very different, and kinda unexpected.it's complex and amusing and sad and joyous and it'll make you DANCE".

Also at 2p (ET), LORDE's first interview about the new single with ZANE LOWE will go live on his APPLE MUSIC BEATS 1 radio show.

It comes with a music video that dramatizes the song's narrative. It took me a while to be able to figure out how to write about that.

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Things got even more interesting on Tuesday night, when Lorde tweeted out three locations that Auckland fans could get more hints about her upcoming single.

She said as the song came to fruition she was questioning why it sounded so joyous with lyrics that were so intense. According to the 20 year old New Zealander, her new album's music will recapture "the last 2 wild florescent years of [her] life".

The "Royals" singer had previously promised that "Green Light" would be a more upbeat tune from her previous work that "will make [us] DANCE". "This is where we begin". "And for me it was kind of about processing what I want to say next and I knew it just couldn't be any old thing". Keeping with the title, the scenes are bathed in green light.

"Green Light" starts off with a sullen piano as Lorde, appearing to explain a breakup, sings: "I do my makeup in somebody else's auto / We order different drinks at the same bars".

But fools rush in where pop stars are desperate to trend, and Lorde's patience sounds like the best decision she's made yet.

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