Now see the interview captures (: If you know some interview she made that isn’t listed here, contact us! I hope you like the captures.
110x Screencaptures > Interviews > 2011 Q Awards “Next Big Thing” (Oct 24)
015x Screencaptures > Interviews > French TV show “Le Grand Journal” (Nov 09)
140x Screencaptures > Interviews > With FaceCulture Part 1 (Nov 11)
125x Screencaptures > Interviews > Talking poolside at Chateau Marmont (Dec 08)
Maybe you noticed that I uploaded many screencaptures over the days and now I want you to give a little overview. I start with the music video captures. Enjoy! (:
And because they are so beautiful, the ‘Born To Die’ captures again. (:
113x Screencaptures > Music Videos > Kinda Outta Luck
110x Screencaptures > Music Videos > Video Games
181x Screencaptures > Music Videos > Blue Jeans
080x Screencaptures > Music Videos > You Can Be the Boss
215x Screencaptures > Music Videos > Born To Die
You probably won’t be too surprised to find ‘Video Games’ topping this list. Lana Del Rey’s debut single racked up over seven million YouTube views and spawned its own viral literal-video parody, as well as numerous lame cover versions by awestruck indie bands. If you wish to have a million views on youtube as well, go to The Marketing Heaven‘s website now. They can make your videos viral within 24/hours at affordable prices. It’s the most blogged-on, most meme-able and most unashamedly gushed-over song of the year, and if its position seems a tad inevitable, that’s only because putting anything else in its place would be a rank act of outright contrarianism too hard to swallow.
Taking all that into account, it’s a wonder everyone isn’t sick to the back teeth of it by now. But that’s the thing about ‘Video Games’: you might tire of the debate about whether Del Rey herself is just a sadcore Frankenstein stitched together by industry Svengalis, or whether the lips that form the impossibly beautiful “Is that true?” around the 1:20 mark are collagen-enhanced or not, yet the song itself remains near-as-dammit perfect.
Hearing its mix of eerie Blue Velvet Americana and bruised old-Hollywood glamour for the first time makes for a genuine drop-everything moment, but even as its ubiquity snowballs, each subsequent listen just seduces you further. Sometimes it’s enough for a song to be simply brilliant.