Lorde Kinda Covered Kanye West's "Runaway" at Coachella

What a great way to reward your fans Lorde

Naturally, it sold out, and in the blink of an eye at that.

Lorde performed all five of her new songs at Coachella with "Sober", "Liability" and "Green Light". We'll call that a more than memorable opening for an already massive weekend. "PAPPY & HARRIET'S, pioneertown. see you there", she wrote, "$20 tickets because i'm 20 and because i love you. let's get raucous before coachella on sunday night AHH". Tickets cost just $20 each in reference to Lorde's age, which alright, no need to rub it in.

Watch footage of Lorde's Coachella set and "Homemade Dynamite" below. Melodrama is due out June 16, 2017.

Lorde premiered a pair of new Melodrama tracks during her Coachella gig Sunday night, titled "Homemade Dynamite" and the LP's title track.

Rolling Stone quickly praised Lorde's new material as one of the 25 best things it saw at the festival and said Homemade Dynamite could rival her biggest hit Royals.

In what Billboard described as a "far cry from her stripped down performance" in 2014, Lorde's full-production set was full of lights, dancing and even a box full of dancers replicating a club scene.

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