Lorde is the latest Glastonbury performer to call out the Supreme Court over its ruling on Roe v Wade. The New Zealand singer performed on the Pyramid Stage on Sunday evening (26 June). During her set, Lorde delivered a speech that she concluded with: “F*** the Supreme Court.”“Welcome to sadness,” said the singer on stage. “The temperature is unbearable until you face it. Wanna hear a secret girls? Your bodies were destined to be controlled and objectified since before you were born. “That horror is your birthright. But here’s another secret. You possess ancient strength. Ancient widsom. Wisdom that...
There have been giant leaps forward taken all across Glastonbury 2022, but not many have been as powerful and meaningful as Lorde‘s debut appearance on the Pyramid Stage. Following on from when her electrifying ‘Melodrama’ album was showcased at Worthy Farm in 2017, tonight (June 26) the New Zealand vocalist and songwriter invited thousands of fans to play out their own dramas through her music – all while performing one of her biggest festival shows to date.
Lorde brought out Arlo Parks and Clairo as special guests during her Glastonbury 2022 headline set. Watch the clip below. The New Zealand pop-star was performing on the pyramid stage, Sunday (June 26). Clairo and Parks joined Lorde to sing along with her on the track ‘Stoned At The Nail Salon’ from her 2021 album ‘Solar Power’.
Lorde performed at Glastonbury in the UK today, and she addressed the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade right after performing the Solar Power track “Secrets From a Girl (Who’s Seen It All).”. “Wanna hear a secret girls?” she said on-stage. “Your bodies were destined...
Lorde gave an impassioned speech about Roe v. Wade being overturned during her Pyramid Stage set at Glastonbury 2022 tonight (June 26). The New Zealand pop star was performing as the final act before Kendrick Lamar headlines the final day of this year’s festival. At the end of ‘Secrets...
Lorde is unpacking the complicated feelings that followed the polarizing release of her most recent album, Solar Power. The "Green Light" singer, 25, marked the one-year anniversary of her announcing Solar Power with a lengthy newsletter sent to fans on Tuesday that revealed she struggled with the lukewarm critical response to the record.
The singer described the initial response to the album as "really confounding" and "painful to sit with."
Lorde says reaction to her 'Solar Power' album was 'at times painful': 'I learnt a ton about myself'
It’s been nearly a year since Lorde dropped ‘Solar Power’ as she’s using the occasion to reflect on the response to the record. Lorde penned a newsletter to her fans and called responses to the album was “at times painful to sit with.”