Lorde has officially returned to release her long-awaited fourth studio album Solar energy last month. Before kicking off her 2022 world tour, the singer continues to share the performances of her new tracks to appease fans. Following his appearances on The late show and Hello americaLorde is now leaving the studio and heading to the woods to share some songs in a picturesque setting.
Play two songs for Vogue in a concert film directed by Alfred Marroquin, Lorde chose to cover a stripped-down cover of Britney Spears’ 2007 track “Break The Ice” on the grounds of the New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx. Transforming the bubblegum pop track into a sultry anthem, the singer performed “Break The Ice” with her signature singing voice. Lorde then moved on to a performance of his Solar energy “Fallen Fruit” track, which comments on the climate change crisis.
In addition to performing the songs for Vogue, Lorde sat down with the magazine for a new cover story to discuss Solar energy. In the interview, Lorde praised her producer Jack Antonoff. “Jack is listening very well. He’s in therapy, ”she said. “It’s good to talk about the kinds of things that people who write deep stuff in a song want to talk about. I think there’s an understanding with us that we’re going to do this for a very long time, and that will be one of the great relationships of our two lives.
Watch Lorde cover and sing Spears’ “Break The Ice” Solar energy “Fallen Fruit” track above.
Solar energy is now available through Republic. Get it here.