The Love Club

Album: The Love Club EP (2013)
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Songfacts®:

  • This bouncy track finds Lorde singing about the all-consuming nature of friendship. The song was released as the title track of the teenage singer's debut EP, which was made available digitally in March 2013, and on CD two months later.
  • Lorde initially made her The Love Club EP available for free in November 2012 on SoundCloud. She explained this was because "being teenager, and not having a credit card—I mean, who has a credit card at 16?!—I just thought people my age would appreciate it."
  • Lorde donated the song to Songs For The Philippines, a charity compilation album with all profits going to the Philippines Red Cross following the November 2013 Typhoon Haiyan disaster.

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