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Praise the Lorde! The 20-year-old songstress has given us the gift of another handsome track off her highly-anticipated album Melodrama today, March 9, and you can take a listen above.
After bursting back onto the scene with the heartbreak-recovery anthem "Green Light" last week, Lorde subtly released the second single off her upcoming album Melodrama on Thursday-and it's quite a switch-up.
And it didn't stop there.
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"Liability" premiered today on Zane Lowe's Beats 1 radio show during an interview where Lorde described how "starkly truthful" the song feels to her.
"They say 'you're a little much for me, you're a liability, '" she sings, striking an effective tone of highly-relatable self pity (peppered with piercing self awareness) and, yes, more than a pinch of the titular melodrama. "I was like, you know what, I'm always gonna have myself so I have to really nurture this relationship and feel good about hanging out with myself and loving myself".
Fans have mopped up their tears and given the new song their seal of approval.
As you listen to the gorgeous song, let us remind you that this woman is not even legal yet. It's this piano song which is very new territory for me.