August 22, 2013 09:20:58 GMT
The New Zealand singer's new tour dates include two shows on two consecutive nights at Webster Hall, New York City.
Lorde has announced more dates for her upcoming North American tour this fall. In order to promote her upcoming "Pure Heroine" album, the New Zealand singer will hit the stage at Los Angeles' Fonda Theater on September 24.
She will then visit Los Angeles' Belasco Theater before traveling to other cities Like San Fransisco, Seattle and Toronto. The new dates also include two shows on two consecutive nights at New York City's Webster Hall. Until The Ribbon Breaks will support the 16-year-old artist on all dates.
Meanwhile, Lorde has been said to plan a collaboration with Australian electronic artist/producer Flume. On her Twitter post, Lorde hinted at the possibility that she and the 21-year-old artist would co-create "bangerzzz". "Hey @lordemusic I got your message from @coupdemain , great idea, lets write some music together," Flume recently tweeted.
Lorde responded to the post, tweeting back, " '@flumemusic: Hey @lordemusic I got your message from @coupdemain, great idea, lets write some music together.' bangerzzz."
Earlier this month, Lorde made headlines when her hit "Royals" topped U.S. alternative songs chart. It makes her the first solo female artist to do so since 1996, when Tracy Bonham's "Mother Mother" was a big hit on the radio.
Following up "The Love Club EP", Lorde's "Pure Heroine" arrives in the U.S. on September 30.