Lorde Ready With New Album; ‘Tennis Court’ Singer Reveals Plans For ‘Pure Heroine’ Follow Up


Lorde Ready With New Album; ‘Tennis Court’ Singer Reveals Plans For ‘Pure Heroine’ Follow Up
Lorde Ready With New Album; ‘Tennis Court’ Singer Reveals Plans For ‘Pure Heroine’ Follow Up

Following up to her 2013 “Pure Heroine” release, Lorde is now on her way creating a new album, which is expected to be released within the year.

In a report by BBC , the “Tennis Court” singer revealed that the new album would have a different sound and a different feel that her fans would definitely enjoy, as she improves from her debut record.

“I think I’ve learnt so much as a songwriter, there’s going to be so much of an improvement because of that,” she said.

“I’m working on stuff quite tentatively, it’s definitely still at the beginning and yeah, it’s totally different.” Comparing to her first release, Lorde claimed that the two LPs differ in a way her experiences have been affected.

She claimed that growing up in a different world before her fame has affected her and inspired her to write songs in a different way for her new album.

“I wrote the last album about that world which was the suburb where I grew up and populated by my friends and people who were really familiar to me.” “Now I’m in a different place every day and I’m with new people every day and it’s a different vibe.” Earlier this year, Lorde earlier this year revealed in a Consequence Of Sound  report her plans on her second record, stating that she would be in the studio soon.

“We haven’t got some planned out ‘this is what it’s going to sound like’ …

I think we’re just going to start writing and when it starts to feel right, we’ll know that it’s right.

It’s pretty simple really.” She, however, revealed that although the new album has no release date set for now, the “Royals” singer claimed that she is taking the writing process slowly but surely, as she is slowly drawing inspiration from her surroundings.

“I don’t know where the inspiration comes from for stuff.

You work and at some point you feel you suck for the first 10 hours and in the last hour in the studio something great happens.

You just never know when it’s going to come.”

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