“Royals” singer Lorde won everybody's hearts when she bagged two Grammy Awards in 2014 at a tender age of 17. Since then, the 18-year-old singer has been missing from social media for quite some time. The reason: She is busy writing new songs and promises her fans that “good things” are in store for the future.
The New Zealand songstress took to her Tumblr page Wednesday, answering questions from her fans and updating them on her upcoming music. One such fan asked why she is not more active on social media. “You are right and that makes me sad,” she responded. But what came next was enough to put a smile on any fan's face.
“However, I’m sitting in the studio just now working on two different songs simultaneously cause sometimes it happens like that and you’re so excited about two ideas you can’t stick to one and you’re flitting back and forth writing the different stories so, I promise good things are happening,” the “Pure Heroine” singer said.
Lorde, whose real name is Ella Yelich-O'Connor, also talked to Dazed magazine on its Instagram account. She answered a few questions, via video, about her next album, which will have songs about her feelings of leaving her hometown. "I'm not 100 percent sure yet, but what I will say is if the first record was about living the bubble of your hometown the second record will be about stepping outside of that for the first time," the singer told Dazed, via TVNZ.
The talented songstress also talked about how she is an avid dreamer and considers herself “weird.” "I dream very vividly, I sleeptalk -- I had a really crazy one underwater the other day ... there was this beautiful sea glass and dancing. It feels really good to be weird -- all of my idols are weird," said the songstress. Lorde's most recently released song was “Yellow Flicker Beat,” which appeared on the soundtrack of the movie “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1.”