Lorde has dropped the second track from her forthcoming sophomore album Melodrama.
In a recent interview with Zane Lowe, Lorde said the song was inspired by a moment she had listening to Rihanna's "Higher" alone in a cab. While musing on the new song, Lorde also mentioned the "big handsome verdant studio" in Los Angeles where the song was recorded with Jack Antonoff. 'I was like, you know what, I'm always gonna have myself so I have to really nurture this relationship and feel good about hanging out with myself and loving myself'. "Liability"-which she says is not a single-is a ballad, and has a different sound from the more upbeat "Green Light".
"I'm really proud of this bit of songwriting". "Remember being in a big lovely verdant studio in la (Los Angeles) with jack and those falling chords sounding like the music i grew up on".
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Pop superstar Lorde released her new song "Green Light" last week with a music video in which she dances on cars and runs through city streets to recover from lost love. But for the follow-up, she worked alongside Jack Antonoff, the musician boyfriend of Girls star Lena Dunham, whom she credits with pushing her in a new creative direction.
Pictured: Lorde all smiles while visiting The Elvis Duran Z100 Morning Show at Z100 Studio to promote Melodrama on Friday morning (March 10) in New York City. "The tone of the melody, the way it kind of falls around, it's nearly like it's kind of drunk or it sort of leans around, it's got this hip-hop cadence to it", she said. I wanted to express all the sides of how that feels in the song.