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Lorde Recalls Weird First Meeting With Jack Antonoff

05-20-2017
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(Radio.com) Lorde sat down with Rolling Stone to discuss avoiding the pitfalls of fame, writing her new album and collaborating with Jack Antonoff of Fun. and Bleachers. With festival dates on the horizon and her album due out June 16, Lorde spoke candidly about her next chapter.

On meeting Jack Antonoff: "We were at a Grimes show, and he was like, 'I'll go get you a drink,' and sort of disappeared into another room and came back with a can of pineapple juice - which is quite a weird thing to bring someone - handed it to me, then whipped it back and rubbed the top of it and said, 'Rats crawl over them in the factories.' [It felt like I] had come home in the nicest possible way, to meet someone like that."

On songwriting inspiration from real-life friendships: "Everything written about on the album, give or take a couple of lines, all took place in New Zealand, is about me and my friends," she said. Read more here.

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