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Lorde is ‘Stoned at the Nail Salon’

Grammy Award-winning multiplatinum artist Lorde has released “Stoned at the Nail Salon,” the second track from her third studio album Solar Power due for release on Aug. 20 Universal Music New Zealand.

The album includes 12 tracks and is produced by Jack Antonoff who she collaborated with on her chart-topping last album, Melodrama.

Lorde tackles mortality, growing up, and life away from social media in her new single, “Stoned at the Nail Salon.”
Lorde tackles mortality, growing up, and life away from social media in her new single, “Stoned at the Nail Salon.”
“This song is sort of a rumination on getting older, settling into domesticity, and questioning if you’ve made the right decisions. I think lots of people start asking those questions of themselves around my age, and it was super comforting to me writing them down, hoping they’d resonate with others too. I used this song as a dumping ground for so many thoughts,” the artist says of the song.

Lorde performed the television debut of “Stoned at the Nail Salon” on Late Night with Seth Meyers on July 21 when she visited Seth for a full show takeover. The artist chatted, performed, and hit the bar for a very special episode of Seth’s signature “Day Drinking” segment.

Earlier this summer, Lorde announced her 2022 World tour dates. The sold-out 40+ show tour, promoted by AEG Presents in the US and Canada, is her first North American tour since 2018 and kicks off in North America in Nashville on April 3 at the Opry House before concluding at the Santa Barbara Bowl on May 7. 

Topics: Lorde , Stoned at the Nail Salon
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