The next date in the LA to the Moon Tour was in Denver, Colorado at the Pepsi Center. At the concert – opened by Jhené Aiko – Lana Del Rey spoke some more about the Radiohead lawsuit.
She also threw some shade at Donald Trump during her performance of ‘When the World Was At War…’ by changing the lyrics from “Boys, don’t make too much noise, and don’t try to be funny” to “Boys, don’t make too much noise, and take your hand off that button”.
However, Lana didn’t stop there. Her track ‘White Mustang’ is suspected to be about her brief romance with G-Eazy. During the performance of this song, she added to her lyrics: “Couldn’t stop the way I was feeling the day his record dropped, and it wasn’t even that good!”
I just wanna say thank you to everyone who came out in Denver for making it such an exciting show. We had a great time! See you soon hopefully!
— Lana Del Rey (@LanaDelRey) January 8, 2018
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13 Beaches (live debut)
Pretty When You Cry
(Into two verses of Scarborough Fair)
Born To Die
When The World Was At War
Music To Watch Boys To
Lust For Life
Medley: Change, Black Beauty, Young And Beautiful
Off To The Races
Tours > LA TO THE MOON 2017-2018 > Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado (January 7)
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On the lawsuit with Radiohead, Lana Del Rey said the following, which can also be watched in a video below:
“I didn’t know if I was going to mention anything, but I think I will since it was kind of all over the news today. I just want to say that I do have a particular song that Radiohead wants 100% of my publishing for. And actually, the only reason why I mention it is because I want to let you know […] that regardless of what happens in court, the sentiment that I wrote in that particuar song, which was my statement song for the record, my personal manifesto, my modern manifesto, I just want to let you know that regardless of if it gets taken down off of anything, those senitments that I wrote, I really am still gonna strive for them, even if that song isn’t on the future physical releases of the record. […] I mention that now because that song in particular as well as this other song that I’m gonna sing now […] this other song called Change, was an important song to me. I just want to let you know for the kids, and for the not kids – who are real fans here; Thanks.”
She didn’t sing Get Free but she did talk about those Radiohead creeps. #LanaDelRey #Denver pic.twitter.com/AmgpISauei
— Steven Ⓜ️ (@BeardedSteven) January 8, 2018