Lana’s album is shaping up to be a star-studded affair.
Lana Del Rey
It’s not far off.
They want you to “take off all your clothes”.
Her first live appearance of the year.
Fans thought she was teasing new music but she was actually promoting witchcraft.
<3 <3 <3
The posters have popped up around LA.
Franco allegedly left a photographer hospitalised.
It could be a re-work of ‘On Our Way’
Directed and edited by Lana herself
Another look at the rumour mill before next week’s official announce!
*Starts Googling flights to Chicago*
Get ready to feel all the FOMO.
Some crystal ballin’ thoughts on who might (and might not) play Splendour this year.
They’ve finally performed their ‘Beauty Behind The Madness’ duet live.
Patience may be a virtue, but it can also be a bitch.
Lana Del Rey’s West Coast was, of course, about Los Angeles but triple j‘s Matt and Alex have spotted an opportunity to flip the track and pen a tribute to Australia’s west coast – Western Australia. Billed as a “love letter to WA” the parody is full of backhanded compliments for the country’s biggest state.
Earlier this year, Mark Ronson said that he was going into the studio with Lana Del Rey which led to assumptions that he would definitely be on her album, despite the fact that the outcome of those studio sessions was never revealed. Well, Ronson hates to “crap all over your excitement,” but he won’t by
Lana Del Rey has given us yet another lick of her forthcoming fourth studio LP, Honeymoon. The noir-pop songstress’s latest, Terrence Loves You is possibly the most retro-sounding track we’ve heard so far off the new record, with the kind of melancholy, slurring melodies, theatrical string accompaniments and moaning saxophone flourishes that could have it
Lana Del Rey fans, you can officially stop pacing your rooms, biting your nails and rocking maniacally back and forth muttering “soon”, because the noir-pop songstress has just confirmed the official release date for her highly anticipated fourth studio album Honeymoon. As Pitchfork reports, the follow-up to her acclaimed 2014 Ultraviolence LP will reach our