Lorde has popped up on Instagram after a lengthy period off social media to urge her fans to use their voice and vote in Aotearoa's upcoming general election and referendums.
"Hey. Are you from New Zealand? I am," the series of posts on the singer's Instagram Story began.
"If you're 18+, it's time to vote! We know we live in a special place. And adding all of our voices to the conversation, speaking up for communities or organisations that mean something to us - that's what helps keep it that way."
The 'Green Light' hitmaker included information about when to vote and the topics of the two referendums Kiwis will also be having their say on come October 17.
Alongside a raincoat-clad selfie, Lorde continued: "This was honestly incredibly difficult to format and I hope you can repay me with the humble act of voting."
The Grammy-winner also seemingly teased new music, adding: "Do it for our beautiful country and for me. And next year I'll give you something in return."
Previously, Lorde has kept intermittent contact with her fans via an email newsletter, having stayed off social media since mid-2018.
In an email earlier this year, the 23-year-old praised Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's "calm and sensible" leadership during the COVID-19 pandemic.