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Lorde, the song-slaying ethereal beauty, is now 18 — a grown woman who is expected to contribute to society, right? And we haven't heard music from her since last year's "Hunger Games" anthem "Yellow Flicker Beat," which makes us ask: Why hath the Lorde left us lost in a world of pop princesses? (Video via Republic Records / Lorde)
Lorde is set to appear on an upcoming track called "Magnets" with Disclosure. The English EDM duo released a preview of the song last week, hoping to build anticipation for its release Friday. But that's not all, folks. (Video via Republic Records / Lorde)
The New Zealand native also made a vocal cameo with the nation's All Blacks rugby team. As if you could love her more, she sang to raise awareness for Batten disease. Although the song was meant for a good cause and mentioned laser-beamed-mounted unicorns, it's still pretty catchy.
Perhaps it's all vocal warm-up for her own material. Lorde recently posted a couple photos implying she's recording music, even captioning this photo on Twitter, "working in the studio all day and then popping your head out at the after party like 'what did i miss.'"
(Video via Republic Records / Lorde)