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10:35  19 june  2017
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Lorde announces Melodrama tour

  Lorde announces Melodrama tour Lorde has announced a string of tour dates in support of her new album 'Melodrama', including five dates in the UK.The 20-year-old singer took to Twitter on Thursday (08.06.17) to tell her fans she will be taking to the stage in the UK, Europe, New Zealand, and Australia later this year in support of her upcoming second album which is scheduled for release on June 16.

Lorde was " rewired to become an adult" when she made her album 'Melodrama'. The 20-year-old star has grown up a lot since she first found fame and felt "more aware of her age" than she ever had when she worked on her latest LP . lorde - rewired - during - latest - lp / Verified.

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Lorde was "rewired to become an adult" when she made her album 'Melodrama'.

The 20-year-old star has grown up a lot since she first found fame and felt "more aware of her age" than she ever had when she worked on her latest LP.

She said: "I felt more aware of my age than I ever have making a record. I was in these moments of just being gripped by an emotion and I was like 'I'm feeling this because I'm 20 and everything's f***ed-up inside my brain. I'm actually like rewiring to become an adult. All this is insane!'"

And Lorde feels she has learned a lot about herself during the making of the album.

Lorde triumphs over technical problems at Bonnaroo gig

  Lorde triumphs over technical problems at Bonnaroo gig Lorde's hotly anticipated set at Tennessee's Bonnaroo festival on Sunday (11Jun17) was delayed for half an hour by technical difficulties. The New Zealand musician, 20, tried to begin her gig with a string quartet version of her hit Green Light, but according to USA Today, she had to abandon the song twice due to faulty onstage monitors. "Sorry guys, technical difficulties," Lorde told fans. "How you doing out there, Bonnaroo? It's such a joy to see you. We've just all had our monitors go down, so bear with us for one second please." She then briefly left the stage, returning a few moments later to try to sing her opening number again. After another aborted attempt she added, "I'm so sorry, guys. I'm in the dark out here. I've gotta work this out." Praising the crowd as "f**king magical" she then left the stage for 25 minutes, returning after the delay to the delight of screaming fans gathered at the event in Manchester, Tennessee. At the third time of asking the pop star's set went off without a hitch, and she completed a set that included music from her new album Melodrama released Friday (16Jun17), and hits from her 2013 debut Pure Heroine. After finishing the gig, the Royals singer wrote on Twitter, "bonnaroo, you're so peachy!!!! what a welcome. we love you forever." Melodrama has been one of the most hotly anticipated albums of 2017, with fans finally set to hear a new Lorde album four years after her debut launched her to pop stardom as a 16-year-old. Other acts who performed at the festival last weekend (10-11Jun17) included U2, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Weeknd and Chance the Rapper.

Lorde Rewired During Latest Lp . Lorde was '' rewired to become an adult'' when she made her album 'Melodrama'.The 20-year-old star has grown up a lot since she first found fame and felt ''more aware of her age'' than she ever

Review: Lorde 's 'Melodrama' Is Fantastically Intimate, a Production Tour De Force. Lorde reflects on the end of her teenage years and the "emotional renaissance" of Full of heart and nuanced writing, the LP was a small masterpiece and a massive hit as well. You could tell the Auckland, New Zealand

Explaining the meaning behind track 'Liability (Reprise)', she added to The Spinoff: "I went into thinking I knew what I was doing and thinking I knew exactly who I was at that moment and what I was going to do and the process has been very confronting and intense and awesome and emotional and it turned out that I wasn't who I thought I was after all."

Meanwhile, Lorde previously revealed music entered a new level after her "heart was broken".

She said: "After your heart is broken, music enters you on a new level. You suddenly find yourself crying when [Alicia Keys'] 'Try Sleeping With a Broken Heart' comes on."

And she confessed that 'Green Light', the lead single off the album, is "about a heartbreak".

She 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. I say, 'She thinks you love the beach, you're such a liar.'"

Lorde thrilled with first U.S. number one album .
Lorde is deeply humbled after landing her first number one album in America, insisting her 15-year-old self would be so proud of her huge success. The Royals hitmaker scored her first Billboard 200 chart-topper on Sunday (25Jun17) when Melodrama hit number one, and on Monday morning (26Jun17), she took to Twitter to express her profound gratitude to fans for continuing to support her career with her sophomore release, the follow up to 2012's Pure Heroine, which debuted at three. "you guys, today we have the number one album in america," she wrote. "from the bottom of my heart, thankyou (sic)." Lorde, 20, went on to explain how organic the recording process was for Melodrama, which she co-produced with fun. and Bleachers rocker Jack Antonoff at his home studio. "when i was a kid i thought big records had to be made a certain way - to be sterile & calculated in craft; that something had to be sacrificed," she explained. "i have had the divine thrill of disproving that firsthand, twice over "jack and i made this in rooms alone, telling secrets and uncovering truths, and i just know that 15yo (year-old) me would have been so f**king proud" Concluding the series of tweets, the excited pop star added, "SO WHAT I'N (I'm) TRYNA SAY IS LET'S F**KIN GEEEET IIIIIIT MORE JOY IN ALL OUR FUTURES MELODRAMA FOREVER (sic)". Lorde's U.S. chart success is a further triumph for the singer as Melodrama leaked online hours before its official release on 16 June (17), although her fans rallied and encouraged others to wait to properly purchase the album. "Ok listeners of the #melodrama leak - do our bby (baby) girl @lorde right and buy this album when it drops," wrote one devotee.


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