Lorde Just Dropped The Saddest Song! (It's Also A MUST LISTEN!)

Posted March 10, 2017

Lorde has released "Liability", the second single off her upcoming album Melodrama.

Lorde spent nearly every day over the past 18 months working on the upcoming album with co-writer and producer, American singer songwriter and frontman for Bleachers Jack Antonoff.

Liability's slower tempo and simple production contrasts with the energetic Green Light, confirming Lorde's promise that "the album is very diverse".

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More good news for Lorde fans.

The June 16 release date for Melodrama will follow Lorde's festival slots at Coachella, Governor's Ball and Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in the US.

"The truth is I am a toy that people enjoy/ 'Til all of the tricks don't work anymore, and then they are bored of me", she sings, modulating her voice to convey a certain despair.

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She described Liability as "almost like it's kind of drunk, or it sort of leans around, it's got this hip-hop cadence to it".

The singer will perform her single "Green Light" this weekend on "Saturday Night Live", where she'll appear as musical guest.

While keeping with the same theme as Green Light, Lorde gave fans a glimpse at a new side of her Melodrama album with a short and intimate song layered with vocals and piano only.

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