The video of her new song would be released with a video directed by Grant Singer.
"Green Light" will be featured on Lorde's highly anticipated sophomore album, Melodrama, due out this summer.
Below you can check out Lorde's tweets about her new song. A short video also showed two dates, "3.2.17 NYC" and "3.3.17 NZ", while a short clip from what is thought to be the new song can also be heard playing.
Some fans in Auckland got a taste of the song on Wednesday when Lorde posted a map of the city on twitter, saying that she "had organized a few more little glimpses at what's coming". Despite the genre switch, Lorde's stunning voice and deeply felt lyrics remind us that she is still the artist we fell in love with so many years ago. It's complex and amusing and sad and joyous and it'll make you DANCE, ' she wrote on Twitter this week. "I think in those brief moments, he heralded me into my next new life, an old rock and roll alien in a flawless grey suit". Written with Jack Antonoff, the unsuspecting superstar behind Bleachers, "Green Light" trades Lorde's minimalist pop for cinematic beats.
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It's been over three years since we've gotten new music from New Zealand singer-songwriter, Lorde, and fans are anxiously awaiting her return to the music scene.
"I knew I couldn't make the same thing again, and I had to figure out what it was that I wanted to say".
"Green Light" appeared online Thursday afternoon, and it certainly marks a new chapter for the young talent. "Green Light" pulls off a trick similar to "Royals" with the way it feels at once in conversation and a little apart from everything else on the radio right now - immediate but still forward-thinking. You go through the thing and it's so bad and you just wish you could let go.
So now that Lorde is an establishment pop star, can she still be as weird and revolutionary as she was back then?