Lorde - Tennis Court FLAC album
Genre: Pop music
Title: Tennis Court
Country: New Zealand
FLAC version ZIP size: 1863 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1498 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1375 mb
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Tennis Court is a solemn reflection on Lorde’s then-upcoming fame. It uses a darker backing than Royals, with even more electronic flairs embedded. The music video is a one-shot, static shot of Lorde staring in the camera, with her only lip-syncing to the word yeah. The fanciest thing about it is her gothic get-up and light flares. When asked about the meaning, she said
Tennis Court - EP. Lorde. Released June 7, 2013. Tennis Court - EP Tracklist. 1. Tennis Court Lyrics. Tennis Court is the second extended play (EP) of by New Zealand singer Lorde, released on digital platforms on June 7, 2013, and in the Vinyl format on June 22, 2013, by the labels UMG and Virgin EMI. Each of its 4 tracks were produced by Joel Little. The EP serves as an appetizer to tide fans over before the release of her full-length debut Pure Heroine.
Tennis Court" is a song by New Zealand singer Lorde, taken from her debut album Pure Heroine (2013). On 7 June 2013, the song was released as the album's second single by Universal Music Group, following "Royals". Tennis Court EP was also released, comprising three additional tracks. Tennis Court" served as the fourth single from Pure Heroine in the United States.
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Album: Tennis Court (2013). Charted: 71. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. This song finds Lorde singing about the changes in her life following her success. Despite the track's title, the New Zealander doesn't actually play tennis. I've always been really fascinated by the visual concept of the tennis court," she told MTV News.
Tennis Court" is the second single from New Zealand singer Lorde. It was released as a single four days after "Royals" and was included on the album Pure Heroine and the EP Tennis Court EP. Lorde detailed the writing process for "Tennis Court" was different from that of her other tracks. By and large, Lorde would have a lyric forming before going into the studio to record. Lorde was spotted by Universal Music Group (UMG) after performing at her school
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|3747360||Lorde||Tennis Court EP (10", EP, Ltd)||EMI||3747360||UK||2013|
|none||Lorde||Tennis Court (2xFile, AAC, 264 + Single)||Not On Label||none||New Zealand||2013|
|B0018886-21||Lorde||Tennis Court (7", Single)||Republic Records, Lava||B0018886-21||US||2013|
|none||Lorde||Tennis Court (CDr, Single, Promo)||Virgin||none||UK||2013|
|0602537874958||Lorde||Tennis Court (CD, Single)||Universal Music New Zealand||0602537874958||Germany, Austria, & Switzerland||2014|
|none||Lorde||Tennis Court (CDr, Single, Promo)||Universal Music||none||Netherlands||2014|
|none||Lorde||Tennis Court (CDr, Single, Promo)||Virgin EMI Records||none||UK||2014|