Watch Lorde Sing Her Hit Single From "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1" Soundtrack

By Steve Dove | Nov 24th, 2014

Is there anything bigger than The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 right now? Well, maybe Lorde's new hit single from the soundrack, "Yellow Flicker Beat." And nothing gets hotter than performing live at the 2014 American Music Awards, so of course Lorder performed it there! In case you missed the performance during the show, you can watch it right here!

 

New Zealand native and multi-platinum GRAMMY® Award-winning recording artist Lorde splashed on to the scene last year with her debut single “Royals,” which became an international hit landing her atop the Billboard Hot 100 and made her the youngest solo artist to achieve a U.S. number one since 1987, as well as holding the longest standing #1 for any female artist in the Billboard Alternative Chart history. In September 2013, following her single’s success, Lorde released her debut studio album PURE HEROINE with Lava/Republic Records. The record sky-rocketed on the charts and has sold more than 1.5 million records to date.  Other singles from the album include “Tennis Court” and “Team” which both became top-ten worldwide hits. On September 29th, Lorde released “Yellow Flicker Beat” the first single from the soundtrack of the greatly anticipated film “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1.” Upon impacting airwaves, the song made history by becoming the #1 Most Added song at Alternative Radio and set a new record for “Most Adds on a Female Artist” in Mediabase History. Not only is “Yellow Flicker Beat” the #1 iTunes Soundtrack Song currently, it entered the Top 10 at Alternative Radio in just 3 short weeks.

Of course you can see even more incredible performances from the 2014 American Music Awards in the Performances playlist right here on ABC.com!

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