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- Song Name: Tennis Court
- Artist Name / Band Name: Lorde
- Produced By: Joel Little
- Album Name: Pure Heroine
- Release Date: June 7, 2013
- Genre: Electronic, Pop
- Record Label: Lava, Republic, UMG, Virgin, EMI
- Written By: Joel Little & Lorde
- Performance: Peaked at No.
- Sampled In: N/A
- Cover By: N/A
- Remixed By: N/A
Lorde – Tennis Court Review
“Lorde” has blessed us with a new and smashing single “Tennis Court” taken from her upcoming EP of the same name. The competent artist has the abilities to give the sizzling numbers to the nation and the youth depends upon her for their favorite numbers.
If you are not already familiar with the New Zealand’s Kiwi jewel, Lorde, and her debut EP “The Love Club”, featuring the chart toping track “Royals”, I suggest you to start praying for a miracle.
In this song, Lorde’s lyrics masterfully express whimsical teenage life, endeared to the listener through her teenage innocence, desire to dream big and hunger for experiencing new things.
“Tennis Court” resonated on so many levels to “this ole reviewer”, it took me to a place I had long forgotten and it was like being reborn.
“Tennis Court” kicks off from the end “Royals” with a soothing electronic that builds in layers. The smooth synth Peters in part yet rises to a perfect pitch that pervades the soul. The track features a very catchy chorus and is definitely suitable for repeat plays. Lorde’s voice bleeds a maturity that makes it feel blasphemous to say that her voice is an entity one would want to make love to.
The song therefore is a special appearance from the competent singer and is expected to be raised high on the Billboard chart. It is a treat for the listener’s ears.