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When New Zealand-based pop sensation Lorde made her Morning Becomes Eclectic debut, she told our audience that she feels like a normal teenager — except that she rides on planes to go to work instead of the bus. Definition of normalcy aside, it's clear the chart-topping singer will have to get used to world travel and sold-out shows, as the buzz behind her hit "Royals" continues to grow. Here, she performs the song live in the KCRW studios.

Watch Lorde's entire Morning Becomes Eclectic session at KCRW.com.

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