Fans of Lana Del Rey will no longer have to wonder what the artist's next single is. The New York City native has revealed that 'National Anthem' will be the fourth single from her album, 'Born to Die.'

Digital Spy reports that the 'Video Games' singer was forced to cancel a show because she had to shoot the music video for 'National Anthem.' "I'm afraid I have to sadly postpone my performance at Soho House New York on Monday," Del Rey said. "I have to go and shoot the music video for my next single 'National Anthem.' I will be back to join you all for a roof top performance in August -- see you soon."

The single will be released on July 8 and will include multiple remixes from the likes of Tensnake, Todd Terry, Afterlife and DC Breaks. 'National Anthem' will be available as a digital download and a 7" picture disc.

British pop star Cheryl Cole revealed that Lana Del Rey has written a song for her that will be included on her upcoming studio album, 'A Million Lights.' The record is currently scheduled to be released on June 19. "'Video Games' came out and I fell in love with her as an artist," admitted Cole.

In related news, Lana Del Rey will get her own line of designer handbags. British high-end label Mulberry will release a purse inspired by the singer, which only costs a cool $1,250.

Listen to Lana Del Rey's 'National Anthem'