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LORDE LINES UP SOLAR POWER

Lorde has announced details of her third studio album, Solar Power, and a 2022 world tour. The Crush-repped star's album will drop 8/20 via Republic; tickets for her 40-plus-date road show go on sale Friday, 6/25.

The world tour, promoted by AEG Presents in the U.S. and Canada, is Lorde's first in North America since 2018. It kicks off in Nashville on 4/3/22 at the Opry House and concludes at the Santa Barbara Bowl 5/7/22. Tickets go on sale to the general public starting Friday at 10am local time. 

Lorde has also shared the tracklist for Solar Power (see below). All 12 songs were produced by Jack Antonoff

“The album is a celebration of the natural world, an attempt at immortalizing the deep, transcendent feelings I have when I’m outdoors," she said. "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.”

The Grammy-winning songwriter also said she will be offering the album in a first-of-its-kind discless format; an eco-conscious "music box" will be available for purchase as a CD alternative. It will contain visual content, handwritten notes, exclusive photos and a download card. The card will provide buyers with a high-quality download of the music, two exclusive bonus tracks and access to some surprises.

Solar Power Tracklist 
 
1. The Path
2. Solar Power
3. California
4. Stoned in the Nail Salon
5. Fallen Fruit
6. Secrets From a Girl (Who's Seen It All)
7. The Man With an Axe
8. Dominoes
9. Big Star
10. Leader of a New Regime
11. Mood Ring
12. Oceanic Feeling

Lorde 2022 Tour Dates  

February 26: Christchurch, NZ, Electric Avenue Festival
February 27: Upper Moutere, NZ, Neudorf Vineyards
March 1: Wellington, NZ, Days Bay
March 2: Havelock North, NZ, Black Barn Vineyards
March 4: New Plymouth, NZ, Bowl of Brooklands
March 5: Auckland, NZ, Outerfields
March 10: Brisbane, AU, Riverstage
March 12: Melbourne, AU, SMMB
March 15: Sydney, AU, Aware Super Theatre
March 19: Perth, AU, Belvoir Amphitheater
April 3: Nashville, Opry House
April 5: Detroit, Masonic Temple Theatre
April 7: Montreal, QC, Salle Willfrid Pelletier
April 8: Toronto, ON, Meridian Hall
April 12: Boston, Center – Wang Theatre
April 15: Uncasville, Conn., Mohegan Sun Arena
April 16: Washington, D.C., The Anthem
April 18: New York, Radio City Music Hall
April 20: Philadelphia, The Met
April 22: Chicago, The Chicago Theatre
April 25: Minneapolis, The Armory
April 27: Denver, Mission Ballroom
April 30: Seattle, WaMu Theatre
May 1: Portland, Ore., Theater of the Clouds
May 3: San Francisco, Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
May 5: Los Angeles, Shrine Auditorium
May 7: Santa Barbara, 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: London, UK, Roundhouse
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 21: Cologne, DE, Open Air am Tanzbrunnen
June 23: Berlin, DE, Verti Music Hall

 

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