Lorde Returns to the Beach with Her Younger Selves in “Secrets from a Girl (Who’s Seen It All)”; Tour Starts 4/8


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Rock Cellar Magazine

There are three different versions of Lorde featured in the singer/songwriter‘s new video for “Secrets from a Girl (Who’s Seen It All),” a single from her airy 2021 album, Solar Power.

Imparting wisdom to a pair of her younger selves, the video’s conceit brings Lorde back to the beach that was featured in the video for the album’s title track — and having multiple Lordes on camera together leads to some impressive editing and choreography. Musically, the song features Swedish pop singer/songwriter Robyn, who delivers some spoken-word in the outro:

Said Lorde of the video’s concept:

“… this song is me in communication with another version of me, trying to send along the wisdom I’ve started to gather along the way. When we were plotting the video, Joel brought up some old film/TV tropes about groupings of women. It inspired me to identify three distinct parts of myself, and imagine what would happen if these parts were able to meet … the Child in her purple lipstick and silver jewelry, big curls thrown over to one side, skipping and bouncing like I did as a six year old; the Lover, a baby woman in red with a little diamanté eye, waking up hungover and divine; and the Gardener, me at my wisest and most crunchy, dressed in my own clothes … I hope you love it.”

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“The album is a celebration of the natural world, an attempt at immortalizing the deep, transcendent feelings I have when I’m outdoors,” said the artist in a statement. “In times of heartache, grief, deep love, or confusion, I look to the natural world for answers. I’ve learned to breathe out, and tune in. This is what came through.”

Lorde is about to embark on an anticipated Solar Power Tour, a 40+ show trek across the country starting soon:

April 3 Nashville, TN Opry House
April 5 Detroit, MI Masonic Temple Theatre
April 7 Montreal, QC Salle Willfrid Pelletier
April 8
April 9
Toronto, ON
Toronto, ON
Meridian Hall
Meridian Hall
April 12
April 13
Boston, MA
Boston, MA
Boch Center – Wang Theatre
Boch Center – Wang Theatre
April 15 Uncasville, CT Mohegan Sun Arena
April 16 Washington, DC The Anthem
April 18
April 19
New York, NY
New York, NY
Radio City Music Hall
Radio City Music Hall
April 20 Philadelphia, PA The Met
April 22
April 23
Chicago, IL
Chicago, IL
The Chicago Theatre
The Chicago Theatre
April 25 Minneapolis, MN The Armory
April 27 Denver, CO Mission Ballroom
April 30 Seattle, WA WaMu Theatre
May 1 Portland, OR Theater of the Clouds
May 3 San Francisco, CA Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
May 5
May 6
Los Angeles, CA
Los Angeles, CA
Shrine Auditorium
Shrine Auditorium
May 7 Santa Barbara, CA Santa Barbara Bowl
May 25 Leeds, UK O2 Academy
May 26 Edinburgh, UK Usher Hall
May 28 Manchester, UK O2 Victoria Warehouse
May 30 Birmingham, UK O2 Academy
June 1 London, UK Roundhouse
June 2
June 3
London, UK
London, UK
Roundhouse
Roundhouse
June 5 Dublin, IE Forbidden Fruit
June 7 Paris, FR Casino de Paris
June 8 Amsterdam, NL AFAS Live
June 10 Barcelona, ES Primavera Sound
June 13 Zurich, CH Halle 622
June 14 Munich, DE Zenith
June 16 Rome, IT Cavea – Auditorium Parco della Musica
June 17 Villafranca di Verona, IT Castello di Villafranca
June 18 Sibenik, HR Saint Mihovil Fortress
June 19 Sibenik, HR Saint Mihovil Fortress
June 21 Cologne, DE Open Air am Tanzbrunnen
June 23 Berlin, DE Verti Music Hall
June 24-26 Pilton, Somerset UK Glastonbury Festival
June 28 London, UK Alexandra Palace
July 3 Stockholm, SE Lollapalooza Stockholm
August 27 Columbus, OH WonderBus Music and Arts Festival
September 16 Los Angeles, CA Primavera Sound
Sep. 16-18 Las Vegas, NV Life is Beautiful Music & Art Festival



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