Lana Del Rey has sparked rumors of new music by having a series of mysterious posters installed around Los Angeles.
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According to the statement released by Lana Del Rey, the newest single "Love" is for her fans and about where she hopes they all are headed. The album will be co-produced by her longtime collaborator Rick Nowels, with contributions by Benny Blanco and Emile Haynie as well.
The video, directed by Rich Lee, then takes an intergalactic turn when the backdrop turns into a starry galaxy reflected in her eyes as she gazes above the audience. She has a new album coming out very soon, and surprised fans with a brand new single yesterday, "Love". Perhaps the message that "Love" conveys means that we are going to see a different side of Del Rey.
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Lana, real name Elizabeth Woolridge Grant, previously told NME.com she was under no pressure from her record label to put out another album quickly. "I get ready, I get all dressed up/To go nowhere in particular", she sings on "Love", as if describing an entire generation as well as her creative method.
The track, which is out now through Interscope/Polydor, is set to feature on her forthcoming album, the follow up to 2015's "Honeymoon", which is expected to arrive later this year. On the aesthetic of the new album, Del Rey said with a smile, "Retrosensibility with futuristic flair".
Louise Duffy has just played it on Lost in Music.