Tennis Court
Lorde - Tennis Court
Critic Score
Based on 3 reviews
User Score
Based on 50 ratings
2013 Ratings: #56
July 22, 2013 / Release Date
EP / Format
Universal Music / Label
Indie Pop / Genres
lorde.co.nz / Website
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CRITIC REVIEWS

80
The 405

Lorde shows here that she has a knack for brooding paeans, and not just the sunny side of pop - she's not afraid to dig a little deeper.

75
Pretty Much Amazing

With a style all her own and a unique voice – both musically and lyrically – expect Lorde’s “false confidence” to become real confidence fairly soon. 

Oct 4, 2017
BruhMan
NR
FAVORITE TRACKS: Tennis Court & Bravado

LEAST FAVORITE: Biting Down & Swingin Party
Aug 27, 2017
orengue
74
The EP has some songs taken from The Love Club, instead od Bravado, we can hear Tennis Court. Really emotional work with an extraordinary musical environment
Jan 24, 2017*
luisdelrey2016
76
► BEST TRACKS: "Tennis Court" and "Swingin Party"
► WORST TRACKS: Any
Sep 3, 2013
JustinSlick
75
She has a nice voice, and congrats to her for the early success, but... her output so far just doesn't add much to the indie-pop status quo. She's walking a fairly well-beaten path, and in my opinion it's a bit too familiar to be all that noteworthy.
Aug 27, 2013
FinalLifeline
80
Wielding an impressive voice that, at 16, is fuller and more emotive than most pop stars older than she, Lorde is a rather isolated phenomenon. She's clearly being promoted as the next Ellie Goulding or Charli XCX (even though they're both relatively new). This is silly, because she holds her own incredibly well. This, one of two EPs that are her discography to date, is a bubbly batch of broody pop tracks that use of minimalist electronics to color and discolor Lorde's brave new ... read more


Added on: July 18, 2013