Lorde debuts new tracks from her album Melodrama during surprise concert

Lorde debuted new tracks during the pre-Coachella concert.

IANS April 17, 2017 20:40:38 IST
Lorde debuts new tracks from her album Melodrama during surprise concert

Los Angeles: Singer Lorde held a surprise pre-Coachella concert here during which she debuted some tracks from her upcoming album Melodrama.

Lorde debuts new tracks from her album Melodrama during surprise concert

Lorde during a concert performance. Reuters

The surprise gig took place on Friday night, reports aceshowbiz.com.

Some of the songs that Lorde performed included 'Sober', 'Green light intro' and 'Sober interlude'.

Lorde announced on Twitter about her surprise show at Pappy & Harriets with tickets priced at $20 in celebration of her 20th birthday.

"$20 tickets because I'm 20 and because I love you. Let's get raucous before Coachella on Sunday night," she said.

Lorde was surprised when the tickets were sold out immediately. It was her first full-length gig since July 2014.

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