It looks like new music from Lorde might very well be on the way!
It’s barely been a few months since Lorde made her epic comeback with her second studio album, Melodrama but it looks like the “Green Light” singer has already got some new music to share with her adoring fans.
The pop star sent fans into a frenzy over the weekend when she took to Twitter to tease a clip of a brand new song that isn’t featured on her sophomore record.
“will u love me? will u?” tweeted the singer before following up with a short video which featured new music.
“I just want your love, I just want your heart, heart-breaking love, I just want your love, oh, give me what I want,” sings Lorde over a simple piano melody.
— Lorde (@lorde) October 2, 2017
Though it sounds as though the clip could be part of a demo, it’s definitely cause for excitement. Given that it’s only been a few months since Lorde hit us with a new album full of heart wrenching lyrics, it seems almost too good to be true that the singer could have some more new tunes coming down the pipeline sooner than we wall thought.
That being said, quite a few fans took to Twitter shortly after the singer posted the tease and began theorizing that perhaps the clip is part of a song that could be featured on a deluxe version of Melodrama.
From the little we’ve heard of the new track, it definitely sounds like it would fit right in with the emotionally charged nature of the New Zealand native’s sophomore record.
We guess we’ll just have to wait and see if the fan theories end up proving true. Here’s hoping Lorde releases the full version of the new track soon— we’d definitely love to hear it in its entirety!
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