Taylor Swift’s seventh album, ‘Lover’ jumps back to the sunnier world of ‘1989’ with an abundance of confidence in her genre-straddling pop.
‘The album is a celebration of the natural world, an attempt at immortalizing the deep, transcendent feelings I have when I’m outdoors.’
The sun-dappled performance sees the duo with just an electric guitar and a microphone, as Lorde gives an emotive performance of the folksy single.
The musician’s third studio album ‘Solar Power’ is out August 20.
The clip teases Lorde’s forthcoming album, ‘Solar Power.’
‘Every perfect summer’s gotta take its flight,’ a note reads on the singer’s official website.
At once a surrender and a farewell to adolescent emotions, ‘Melodrama’ renders Lorde’s fears and desires as vividly detailed as her portrait on the album’s cover.
The new single also features Clairo and Phoebe Bridgers on backing vocals.
The site also has a one-line message: ‘Arriving in 2021 … Patience is a virtue.’
The title track to her anticipated new album drops January 11.
Available at midnight tonight, ‘Evermore’ will serve as a sister title to Swift’s Grammy-nominated ‘Folklore.’
The new concert film will be available just in time for Thanksgiving.
The track featured in the Rodgers & Hammerstein musical 'Carousel', but Gerry & The Pacemakers' version has been the long-standing anthem of the UK Premier League champions.
By living her life and breaking new ground, ‘1989’ found Taylor Swift transcending the limitations of genre and time on a stone-cold classic pop album.
On her new single, the singer-songwriter grows weary of her longtime muse, Los Angeles, signaling a new era for Lana Del Rey.