Solar Power is the third studio album by New Zealand singer-songwriter Lorde. Lorde wrote and produced the album with American musician Jack Antonoff, with whom he also worked. Tonight (June 2), Lorde announced that 'Solar Power' will arrive on August 20 and shared the song list for the album. The musician has clearly found peace and inspiration in nature, especially on the beach, and that earthly and spiritual feeling will probably flow through most of the solar energy.
The music video shows Lorde on a beach running in a yellow bikini singing the song Solar Power. Meanwhile, solar energy will be released in an environmentally friendly discless CD alternative called “Music Box”, designed to minimize the new album's carbon footprint. A 12-track tracklist was released for “Solar Power”, whose title track came out to preview the album 11 days ago, scheduled for a solar eclipse. There are a total of 12 tracks on the album and title number 13 is the music video for the album's lead single, Solar Power.
Meanwhile, in an interview with Zane Lowe of Apple Music 1, Lorde discussed the similarities between 'Solar Power' and 'Loaded' by Primal Scream. Lorde made his big return earlier this month with the release of “Solar Power” and the promise that a new album of the same name would arrive later this year. Lorde has revealed the release date and tracklist for her highly anticipated third studio album, 'Solar Power'. The clip features wide aerial shots of a crop circle and a beach formation that spell the letters “SP”, the initials of 'Solar Power', which is also the title of her next album.
In an interview with Zane Lowe, Lorde called Bridgers and Clairo their god-level female vocalists and revealed that Solar Power also includes vocals from some male musicians from New Zealand. Lorde also pointed out how the lead single was released on the same day as the year's only solar eclipse, and told fans to look for clues about the album in the natural calendar.