In 2018, singer-songwriter Matt Maeson released ‘Hallucinogenics’ from his debut LP ‘Bank on the Funeral.’ He now has a stunning new version featuring Lana Del Rey. Click here to listen on Spotify, or listen below on YouTube.
Lana Del Rey recently spoke out about the recent mass shootings in America. She said they “really affected [her] on a cellular level” and she wanted to share a video of a new song she recorded that Laura, her sound engineer, took. She said it’s called ‘Looking for America’.
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Hi folks came back early from Montecito with my brother this morning and asked Jack Antonoff to come into town because I had a song on my mind that I wanted to write. Now I know I’m not a politician and I’m not trying to be so excuse me for having an opinion- but in light of all of the mass shootings and the back to back shootings in the last couple of days which really affected me on a cellular level I just wanted to post this video that our engineer Laura took 20 minutes ago. I hope you like it. I’m singing love to the choruses I recorded this morning. I’m going to call it ‘Looking for America ‘ @jackantonoff @sharp_stick
Lana Del Rey has covered Donovan’s 1966 folk-rock hit ‘Season of the Witch‘ for the upcoming horror film Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, produced by Guillermo del Toro. Snippets of the song can be heard in the trailer, but the song’s full release will coincide with the film’s cinema release on August 9.
Excited for you to see this amazing film and to share my new cover of Season Of The Witch for the upcoming #scarystoriesmovie in theaters this Friday, produced by Guillermo del Toro @ReadlGDT and Director, Andre Ovredal @Filmtroll
Can’t wait to give Guillermo his star tomorrow!! pic.twitter.com/icnAJ8uTMz
— Lana Del Rey (@LanaDelRey) August 5, 2019
On Instragram, Lana Del Rey shared a preview of the title track of her upcoming album ‘Norman Fucking Rockwell.’ Check it out below!
At her concert in Dublin on June 22, Lana revealed that the album should be out in two months.
Lana Del Rey has officially released her cover of Sublime’s 1996 song “Doin’ Time” for the upcoming documentary about them which recently premiered at Tribeca Film Festival.
The song is available to stream/buy on Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes and more. Click here to choose your preferred platform or search for it manually.