Lorde reveals the unique way she combats her “really bad stage fright”

Lorde may be one of the greatest artists in the world, but even she sometimes needs help getting through a set.

The “Royals” singer spoke to fellow singer-songwriter David Byrne about one of the unique ways she works to combat her “really bad jitters.”

“I don’t have a good answer for that. It is a real problem that I am trying to overcome. I’m trying to write something, ”Lorde told Byrne for Rolling Stone, via a People magazine exclusive on Friday.

“I stick little notes on the stage for myself, so I would go over it and read something that me from the past is trying to tell me from the future,” she said. “But it’s a real fight.”

She added that she also does “a lot of puzzles on tour.”

“I often apply a patch just before leaving, which may not help the jitters. It’s too much of a change of mood, ”added the artist. I’m still looking for the puzzle from the first song.

The “Solar Power” artist previously told Vogue that her personality and temperament made her daily work difficult.

“I am a very sensitive person. I’m not cut out for the life of a pop star, “revealed the 24-year-old.” Having an existence open to the public is something that I find really intense and that I’m not good at. That natural charisma is n “is not what I have. I have the brain in the jar.

Which might explain why the singer performed for a few years, then retired to her native New Zealand.

“For some reason people allowed me to say, okay, I’m going to come and do the thing – do the shoot, do the red carpet, talk to reporters, put on the music – and when I do. until I’m completely exhausted, when I have this thirst completely quenched, I’m going to go home, and you’re not going to see me for two, three or four years, ”Lorde told the magazine.


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