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Lorde Sings 'Perfect Places' on Seth Meyers, Talks Synesthesia & Subway Delays

Lorde Sings 'Perfect Places' on Seth Meyers, Talks Synesthesia & Subway Delays


Watch our Lorde & Savior deliver perform Melodrama's closing banger. 

Lorde swung by Late Night With Seth Meyers last night to sing Melodrama'sclosing banger, "Perfect Places," and chat with the SNL alum about working with Jack Antonoff, getting stuck on the F train and "synesthesia Muggles."

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To quickly recap, Lorde has a condition called synesthesia, which causes her to see colors when she hears music. Bleachers' Jack Antonoff co-wrote and produced her pivotal sophomore album, which features some of the Great Songs of All Time, but most importantly, our National Anthem, "Green Light." Lorde also elaborated being trapped on the New York subway system for four hours with oatmeal in her backpack.

When singing "Perfect Places," the New Zealand-born singer wore a sparkly black bodysuit and flowing pants, and was backed by a tracksuit-clad children's choir, who added acapella inflections to the hopeful youth anthem.

Take a look at Lorde's interviews with Seth and her rendition of "Perfect Places," below:

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