lorde royals

She reintroduces us to a time in pop-culture when the diary-style lyrics of everyone from Riot Grrrl musicians to Lilith Fair acts were allowed to enter the mainstream and take even the most macho radio listeners on catchy journeys into young women's most private moments and thoughts.
She just has this way about her. If you've seen pictures of her performing, you'll probably feel this ripple effect: the force of her lyrics, her voice and her stage presence throw you out of your seat. And then there's her hair.
When parents ask me how they can help their child be a songwriter, I pause. I don't want to hurt their feelings. Sometimes I'm afraid to tell them what I think. It may not be what they want to hear.