Lorde rolls out her latest single, "Perfect Places"

Emmett Rice
June 3, 2017

Praise the Lorde! The singer has dropped yet another track off her sophomore album, Melodrama, and we'd go as far as to say it's her best new track yet!

While the crisp and upbeat production of the track might seem to suggest it as another run of the mill pop track, the lyrical themes would beg to differ.

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We're just hoping she has some bigger hits on deck from her upcoming album Melodrama. In the chorus, she sings over a chanting chorus: "All of the things we're taking/ 'Cause we are young and we're ashamed / Sends us to ideal places/ All of our heroes fading/ Now I can't stand to be alone/ Let's go to flawless places". "Feel the party to my bones, watch the wasters blow the speakers, spill my guts beneath the outdoor light, it's just another graceless night".

Blessed sweet Ella's hot newy is a soaring, upbeat belter of a tune that just so happens to lyrically deal with the despondency and hollowness that can often accompany constant partying; a question of meaning she poses in lyrics like "it's just another graceless night", or "what the fuck are flawless places anyway?" The single follows "Green Light" and "Liability" from Melodrama, both of which were lauded by critics. She'll also be performing at a number of festivals this summer, including Governors Ball, Bonnaroo, Glastonbury, Lollapalooza, Outside Lands, Life Is Beautiful and more.

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