Singer's debut full-length LP will be put out on October 28

Lorde is streaming her debut album ‘Pure Heroine’ a week ahead of its official release – listen here.

The New Zealand singer is set to release her debut full-length LP on October 28, but the record is now streaming via VH1. The record, which is the follow-up to her previous release ‘The Love Club’ EP, will feature the singles ‘Tennis Court’, ‘Royals’ and ‘Team’.

Speaking previously to NME about her desire to retain control over her music, Lorde said: “Everything that’s put out with my name on it should be representative of me and what i want to do as an artist, as opposed to what some dudes in a room think is going to make a lot of money.” The 16-year-old singer recently became the first woman in 17 years to top the Billboard Alternative Songs chart in the US, while ‘The Love Club’ EP stayed in the Top Five of the charts in her native New Zealand for five months.

The ‘Pure Heroine’ tracklisting is as follows:

‘Tennis Court’
‘400 Lux’
‘Buzzcut Season’
‘Glory And Gore’
‘Still Sane’
‘White Teeth Teens’
‘A World Alone’