Download Solstice Mp3 by Lorde
New Zealand singer-songwriter, Ella Marija Lani Yelich-O’Connor, known professionally as Lorde has shared a new teaser as part of her Solar Power rollout. The 21-second clip is called “Solstice,” and finds Lorde sitting on the beach behind a colorful display of flowers and foliage. The official beginning of summer, or summer solstice, occurs tonight at 11:31 p.m. Eastern. You can find the visual below and at Lorde’s website.
Yesterday (June 20), Lorde – real name Ella Yelich–O’Connor – shared a brief video showing her sitting cross-legged on the sand behind a large group of plants. Two people are removing something from a stack of boxes in the distance, with Lorde sitting in front of a tent, a campfire and large bowls of fruit. She captioned the video with ‘SOLSTICE’, appearing to reference the Summer Solstice, which is today (June 21).
Lorde is continuing to tease her forthcoming album ‘Solar Power’ with a mysterious new video posted to her website. This update to her website comes shortly after she posted another teaser clip, which featured wide aerial shots of a crop circle and a beach formation that both spell out the letters “SP” – corresponding with the title of her forthcoming album.
Lorde made her big return earlier this month with the release of “Solar Power.” She had teased the track days earlier with the single art, which features the singer sprinting across the beach sans pants. The song arrived with a summery music video co-directed by Lorde and previous collaborator Joel Kefali.
Following the release of the song, which features backing vocals from Clairo and Phoebe Bridgers, Lorde noted the similarities between it and Primal Scream’s ‘Loaded’. “I had never heard Primal Scream in my life. I’d been told to check them out,” Lorde told Zane Lower in a recent interview. “I wrote the song on the piano and then we realised it sounds a lot like ‘Loaded’. It’s just one of those crazy things that they just were the spiritual forebears of the song.” Lorde said she reached out to the band prior to the song’s release and Primal Scream have since said that they “love” Lorde’s single.
Solar Power is Lorde’s long-awaited follow-up to Melodrama. Lorde’s new LP does not yet have a release date. Last week, she released a teaser video titled “Every Perfect Summer’s Gotta Take Its Flight,” which featured a crop circle spelling out “SP.” She is taking inspiration from aristocracy for her stage name, she is known for employing unconventional musical styles and introspective songwriting.
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