Here's when Lorde's new album will be released

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  • New Zealand singer Lorde has revealed that her new album will be released on 20 August.
  • The star shared the album's title single Solar Power in June - her first new release in four years.
  • As an alternative to a CD, the Solar Power album will be released as an eco-conscious music box. 


After making her long-awaited comeback with new single Solar Power, New Zealand songstress Lorde has revealed the release date and tracklist for her upcoming studio album of the same name.

The 24-year-old had everyone talking when she released her summery single in June - her first release since 2017's Melodrama.

According to NME, the singer revealed that her third studio album, also titled Solar Power, will be available from 20 August. 

In a statement shared by the publication, Lorde described the upcoming album as "a celebration of the natural world, an attempt at immortalizing the deep, transcendent feelings I have when I'm outdoors."

She added: "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."

As an alternative to a CD, the album will be presented as an eco-conscious music box, containing visual content, handwritten notes, exclusive photos and a download card. 

See tracklist for the album below:

1. The Path

2. Solar Power

3. California

4. Stoned At The Nail Salon

5. Fallen Fruit

6. Secrets From A Girl (Who's Seen It All)

7. The Man With The Axe

8. Dominoes

9. Big Star

10. Leader Of A New Regime

11. Mood Ring

12. Oceanic Feeling

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