Lorde may have some music in the works.
On Thursday, the 23-year-old singer-songwriter spoke with New Zealand’s The Edge radio station from home and revealed what she has been up to while in quarantine for the coronavirus pandemic.
“I have been baking so much bread. You wouldn’t believe it,” Lorde joked with the hosts on the show.
Explaining that her bread of choice has been sourdough after making it “for a couple of years now,” the artist added that she has also been “making way too much food”, in general, while she has been staying in quarantine with a girlfriend.
When asked if she has been using her downtime to also work on new music, she teased, “Definitely too soon for me to talk about anything, but I will say that it has been very productive.”
Back in November, Lorde disclosed in an open letter to her fans on Instagram that she would be delaying the release of her third studio album following the death of her beloved dog Pearl.
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A letter from Ella to us. It really breaks my heart to have to write this and share it. We’re with you Ella ❤️ I thought I’d share it with those who don’t receive the letters / emails. This truly breaks my heart as I can fully sympathise with her, all I’m going to say @lordemusic is take time to heal your heart, it truly is one of the worst heartbreaks and as we do go into the new year we don’t want things rushed cause you feel you must. Take time to regenerate yourself and remember to always breathe. we, your friends, are sending unconditional love to you in this time of pain ✨❤️ #lorde #ella
“I have lost my boy, and I need some time to see the good again, to finish making this for you,” she wrote. “It won’t be the same work — as anyone who has felt loss can understand, there’s a door that opens that you step through, and everything is different on the other side. But when this great loss crystallises inside me, and my chest rebuilds around it, hopefully I’ll be able to finish up, and share it with you, and we’ll all grow together, as we always do.”
Lorde released her first studio album Pure Heroine in 2013 and her second album Melodrama four years later in 2017.