Lorde covers Frank Ocean's hit song "Lost" at the Primavera Sound 2018. The song is featured on Ocean's Channel Orange album.

The 21-year-old singer's over one-minute performance was uploaded by one of the fans that watched her live. In the clip, Lorde, who is clad in an all-white ensemble, walks to the stage with a somber look on her face.

She stands in the middle of the stage with her side turned to the live audience. Lorde starts singing the lines to "Lost," and her fans could not help but cheer for her. At one point in the video, Lorde walks in a circle while singing Ocean's track.

Lorde Covers Frank Ocean's Song 'Solo'

Lorde's recent performance of "Lost" serves as her second time to cover Ocean's songs. During her show in Milwaukee, the singer also sang Ocean's other hit song "Solo." The track is included on Ocean's Blonde album.

During her March show, Lorde explained how her Melodrama album was inspired by Ocean's Blonde compilation.

"In this sort of post-Blonde landscape, we can all sort of do whatever we want in terms of instrumentation. It's exciting. I can use guitars and I can get a big gnarly Flume beat and throw it under water," said Lorde.

In recent months, Lorde also covered the songs of St. Vincent, Kanye West, and Drake.

Melodrama Tour

Meanwhile, Lorde's Melodrama tour is still ongoing. The singer will head to Porto District, Portugal on June 7. Her performance will be followed by a series of shows in Manchester, the United Kingdom on June 9, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada on June 13, Jakarta, Indonesia on July 21, and Santiago Province, Chile on Nov. 10.

The singer's series of shows are in support of her 2017 album Melodrama. The songs in the compilation are "Green Light," "Sober [Explicit]," "Homemade Dynamite," "The Louvre," "Liability," "Hard Feelings/Loveless [Explicit]," "Sober II (Melodrama) [Explicit]," "Writer in the Dark," "Supercut," "Liability (reprise)," and "Perfect Places [Explicit]."

Singer Talks About 'Melodrama'

Following the release of Melodrama, Lorde said that the album is a very personal statement.

"The first record was 'we' and 'us.' And this record is 'I.' The focus does close in. I think that was necessary to get to the level of frankness that's in there," said Lorde.

Lorde's first studio album is titled Pure Heroine. The songs in the compilation include "Tennis Court," "400 Lux," "Royals," "Ribs," "Buzzcut Season," "Team," "Glory and Gore," "Still Sane," "White Teeth Teens," "A World Alone," and more.