She said "I love the song so much and it feels so starkly truthful to me... at some point with everyone it's going to be this way".
After bursting back onto the scene with the heartbreak-recovery anthem "Green Light" last week, Lorde subtly released the second single off her upcoming album Melodrama on Thursday-and it's quite a switch-up.
Seriously, if Liability represents the Team singer's real feelings of loneliness, we ALL need to give her a digital hug!
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The track is an emotive piano ballad, a stark contrast to the record's lead single 'Green Light'.
Lorde spent nearly every day over the past 18 months working on the upcoming album with co-writer and producer, American singer songwriter and frontman for Bleachers Jack Antonoff.
Finally, Lorde teased fans one day earlier with a sample of the lyrics from "Liability", and though people guessed it was from a new song, they couldn't have known what was in store.
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The full album is set to be released on 16 June and pre-orders are open now.
Lorde will be giving her first performance of this new material on American sketch comedy show Saturday Night Live tomorrow night in the States. Pure Heroine producer Joel Little worked with Lorde in the writing stages but did not contribute further.
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