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New Lana Del Rey Track ‘Queen Of Disaster’ Leaks

Written by Sarah Bella on May 19, 2013

If you didn’t quite get enough of Lana Del Rey in 2011 and 2012, the singer-songwriter seems to be gearing up to impose a hostile takeover of 2013 too, with upbeat new track Queen Of Disaster leaking online. Take a listen below.

This is the third peek at new music from Del Rey in recent times. Her moody, cinematic contribution to The Great Gatsby soundtrack Young & Beautiful was streamed in full last month and her cover of Leonard Cohen‘s Chelsea Hotel #2 surfaced at the end of March. Queen Of Disaster is definitely the most upbeat number we’ve heard from the songstress yet, with a distinctive 60’s pop feel that will make you get your shimmy on.

American-born, UK-based Del Rey has been hard at work on the follow-up to her smash debut Born To Die, telling BBC Radio 1 that the process has been slow but she loves her new material: “It’s a little more stripped down but still cinematic and dark.”

LISTEN: Lana Del Rey – Queen Of Disaster

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