The song finds the singer stripping down the original to render it even more sparse than it already was.
This twinkling track has Charli sweetly summing up Katniss Everdeen’s love woes. It sure gets tough choosing between Peeta and Gale.
With help from her backing band, Lorde added her signature spaced-out production and smoky vocals to Jeremih’s song.
Turns out it was Miley Cyrus, not Katniss Everdeen, who inspired Charli XCX’s track off The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 soundtrack.
Lorde’s curating powers continue to impress.
Word to the wise Diplo, do not insult Taylor Swift unless you want to meet the wrath of Lorde.
Lorde would rather be dancing.
Chvrches are helping Katniss Everdeen find her way with their new track, “Dead Air.”
Lorde didn’t emerge fully formed at age 17 with a world-conquering poise and a perfect singing voice. In fact, she had them way before that.
While there are many reasons to look up to Lorde, she has found her own hero, one who is rather god-like. At least, in his professional opinion.