Lana Del Rey‘s new song ‘Arcadia’ is out now to buy and stream, alongside an accompanying music video. ‘Blue Banisters’ is available to pre-order now and will be released on October 22. There are some limited editions available.
Here is the confirmed tracklisting:
1. Text Book
2. Blue Banisters
4. Interlude – The Trio
5. Black Bathing Suit
6. If You Lie Down with Me
8. Violets for Roses
11. Wildflower Wildfire
12. Nectar of the Gods
13. Living Legend
14. Cherry Blossom
15. Sweet Carolina
Tracks 6, 12 and 14 were co-written by Barrie-James O’Neill, whom Lana used to be engaged to. She wrote the last track with her sister, Chuck, and father, Robert. Songs thought to have been scrapped from the album are ‘Fine China,’ I Can Fly,’ ‘Rock Candy Sweet/Loved You Then and Now,’ and ‘Wild One.’
Lana Del Rey’s 7th studio album was set for release in September 2020, but had to be postponed due to COVID-19 impacting production. Now that it’s a new year, Lana finally hit us with the album cover, release date, pre-order links, leading single, and accompanying music video:
‘Chemtrails Over the Country Club’ will be released on March 19, 2021.
‘chemtrails over the country club’
Love you. Hope you love it. pic.twitter.com/w9hhaTXKtR
— Lana Del Rey (@LanaDelRey) January 10, 2021
— Lana Del Rey (@LanaDelRey) December 22, 2020
The album is available in the typical CD, vinyl, and cassette formats, with some limited edition box sets featuring photo sets, clothing, and more. The UK also has an alternative CD and vinyl artwork exclusive to HMV.
Lana Del Rey has released a 14 minute music video featuring three tracks from her latest record. The songs are the title track ‘Norman Fucking Rockwell’, ‘Bartender’ and ‘Happiness is a Butterfly.’
The video was directed by Chuck Grant and edited by Lana herself. On Instagram, she said: “Had the best time shooting with my sister and my friends, fucking around in a rented cop car in an abandoned parking lot. We’re weirdos don’t mind us.”
The official video music for ‘Don’t Call Me Angel’ by Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus and Lana Del Rey is here. The song is part of the official soundtrack for the upcoming reboot of ‘Charlie’s Angels’ which will be released in cinemas in November 2019.
Today, August 29, Lana Del Rey released the music video for her cover of Sublime’s ‘Doin’ Time’ – a track that is also on her upcoming album ‘Norman Fucking Rockwell.’ The video, which was directed by Rich Lee, makes reference to the film Attack of the 50 Foot Woman (1958), as well as the remake with Daryl Hannah in 1993. In some parts, Lana also dons a wig that’s reminiscent of her Lizzy Grant days.
Lana Del Rey has premiered her brand new double music video which features the songs ‘Fuck It I Love You’ and ‘The Greatest.’
Lana’s forthcoming album ‘Norman Fucking Rockwell’ is out August 30th and can be pre-ordered/saved on your preferred platform.
Last year Lana Del Rey and Jared Leto were announced as the new faces of the Gucci Beauty fragrance ‘Forever Guilty’. Their first advertisement campaign has finally been released and can be viewed below along with various promotional photos shot by Glen Luchford.
Also check out the campaign and fragrance products online at gucci.com.
You write, I tour, we make it work
You’re beautiful and I’m insane
~read the full lyrics here~
Lana Del Rey spoke to Zane Lowe on Beats 1 Radio today about her newest single ‘Venice Bitch’. The track, which clocks in at almost 10 minutes, was released today with an accompanied home-shot music video.
Lana also announced the title for her upcoming album which is ‘Norman Fucking Rockwell’. She said that has been the title since March and right now there are 11 songs for it.
Lana added that she is thinking about putting another song out in October, but she is unsure if this will fully make sense because the track is a serious and thoughtful standalone song.
On the poetry book she’d like to release soon, Lana revealed it’s current title is ‘Violet Bent Backwards Over the Grass’, which is a line from one of her favourites, and it should feature around 30 poems.
For more information about her new music, poetry collection and how she’s training to get her pilot’s licence, you can listen to the full interview here.