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  • Lorde Shares New Music Video for “Fallen Fruit”

  • New Zealand singer-songwriter Lorde has shared a new music video for “Fallen Fruit”.
    The song is included on her third studio album “Solar Power”, which was released back in August.
    Also, it is featured in the EP ”Te Ao Mārama”, which was released in September in the Māori language after releasing the album.
    The video was directed by Joel Kefali and Ella Yelich-O'Connor (Lorde's real name).
    In the clip, she returned to the same beach as “Solar Power” visual.
    She described the video as symbolize how treating nature with disrespect will ultimately lead to its destruction.
    Lorde said, “In the 'Solar Power' video, you were introduced to the island as a lush paradise — glistening water, blue skies, not a grain of sand out of place (barring that pesky beach trash…). Cut to: humans doing as they do, getting greedy, treating the land with disrespect and stripping it of its beauty. There'll always another pristine place to start again, right? The gardens that were once lush and fruitful are now on fire. The fishing boats are busted up and overturned. All that's left of the peaches are their pits. Amid all that, my character makes a choice.”
  • She told Apple Music about the song, “I was going to LA to write with Jack and I started this on the plane. There's always a slightly kind of unhinged or unfiltered quality to songs I write on planes, because I'm at altitude or something. I had been very careful before that point about not being preachy or like, 'Hi, I'm a pop star and this is my climate change album!' But I just had this moment where I was like, 'This is the great loss of our lives and this will be what comes to define all of our lives and our world will be unrecognizable for my children.' I loved trying to make it sound like this flower child's lament and making it sound very Laurel Canyon, essentially. At the same time, there's only one 808 on this record—and it's in the breakdown of this song. It's me describing an escape to somewhere safe that takes place in the future when our world has become uninhabitable. I liked snapping into a kind of modern thing for that.”
  • source : YouTube
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