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Album: Solar Power

Artist: Lorde

  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 2021
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 13

  • Copyright: ℗ 2021 Universal Music New Zealand Limited

Tracklist For Solar Power By Artist Lorde

Title Artist Time
The Path Lorde 3:41 USD 1.29
Solar Power Lorde 3:12 USD 1.29
California Lorde 3:11 USD 1.29
Stoned at the Nail Salon Lorde 4:26 USD 1.29
Fallen Fruit Lorde 3:58 USD 1.29
Secrets from a Girl (Who's See Lorde 3:38 USD 1.29
The Man with the Axe Lorde 4:15 USD 1.29
Dominoes Lorde 2:03 USD 1.29
Big Star Lorde 2:47 USD 1.29
Leader of a New Regime Lorde 1:33 USD 1.29
Mood Ring Lorde 3:45 USD 1.29
Oceanic Feeling Lorde 6:39 USD 1.29
Solar Power Lorde 3:13 USD 1.99

Reviews For Solar Power By Artist Lorde

  • Nothing Less Than The Best from Lorde!

    By Kissme76
    I wasn’t crazy about this album for the first few listens, but as time went along I found myself singing these songs in my head. Lorde has a unique way of getting into your head. No, this isn’t Melodrama and it shouldn’t be! This is a well-written, beautiful album that reflects Lorde life right now and I believe it’s relevance and message will stand the test of time.
  • Not A Lorde Stan

    By Pkonek
    Such a fine peace of work, perfect to listen to at the end of your day to unwind and vibe. The lyrics on this album are amazing and the tracks are truly beautify. Take the time to discover the true meaning of the tracks and enjoy each like a fine wine. Recommend for sure.
  • An underwhelming third album

    By Marshman Sandiego
    Her first album was a very good, relatable piece of pop. While it didn't have many dimensions, it was well written and creativ, while resonating with her fan base (including myself). Melodrama was also a very good album with some bops and the signature Lorde tone we'd come to expect. This album unfortunately lost all of that and is completely unrelatable, and frankly I barely feel like it's even Lorde. The tone is so self absorbed and out of touch--often featuring songs about vitamin life and hippie culture (as evidenced in the videos), seemingly at first as satire, but then forgetting to actually make a point about what she's writing about. She just... becomes a middle aged woman who loves yoga, kombucha, and gluten free dieting. It's jarring, but it's not all bad. There are some good songs on here like Forbidden Fruit. Just temper your expectations, this isn't the Lorde we came in expecting and not in a good way.
  • Grows on you!

    By mnblue
    I listened the first couple of times and was disappointed. I like the power-pop sounds on Pure Heroine. This new sound was unexpected for me. I gave it a couple more listens, though, and now I’m addicted. The songs really grew on me. A really chill vibe but really catchy melodies. And the lyrics are great. If Radio gave it a chance, “Mood Ring” could be a hit.
  • Different Vibe, Still Good

    By Garmanx23
    Definitely solid vocally and lyrically. Beats and acoustics get a bit boring. Just a more mature album overall... cover included haha
  • No more Antonoff’s boring stuff

    By pvvlll
    I mean… can he already stop doing same music for different artists?
  • this album is a haunting materpiece

    By Kylie lol
    this is one of the best albums i have heard, in my life.
  • Must listen

    By meah alyiah
    I absolutely love this album at first I wasn’t sure about it but after listening to it pretty much every day since it’s dropped I’ve fallen more in love with it
  • lorde is the best musician ever

    By quinnhcm
    amazing amazing amazing
  • O gosh

    By chinchillaboy99
    Wow this is a lot, lot of nothing. I like royals and team but this… girl

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