2013’s most unlikely working class hero is an Auckland born singer-songwriter named Lorde aka Ella Yelich-O’Connor, a zeitgeist capturing sixteen year old who at this very moment threatens to take over the world thanks to the global success of her debut EP The Love Club, a rousing 11th hour performance at Splendour In The Grass replacing Frank Ocean and relatable anti-pop anthems like “Royals” and “Tennis Court”.
Ahead of the release of her debut album, Pure Heroine, the young Kiwi artist will be in Pedestrian HQ tomorrow answering your questions pertaining to the challenging/exhilarating/terrifying experience of being a teenage girl in 2013. So whether you’re a confused dad, a concerned mother, a heartbroken boyfriend or just want to know what it’s like being an artist on the rise, ask a teen girl anything and submit your questions to Lorde via Twitter using the hashtag #AskLorde.
She’s wise beyond her years. You’ll see.