Lana Del Rey is gearing up for the latest music video from last year’s 'Honeymoon,' and she’s enlisted a fellow indie star for the endeavor: Father John Misty.
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Lana Del Rey revealed she would jump at the chance to contribute a theme song for the James Bond franchise, but there’s one hitch: No one has asked her.
Del Rey covered "Some Things Last a Long Time" for the upcoming short film, 'Hi, How Are You Daniel Johnston?'
Lana Del Rey’s music video for “Music to Watch Boys To” is a bit enigmatic, but then again, it wouldn’t be LDR any other way.
Del Rey sings part of the song in Italian, but still wraps it in her signature smoky styling, lethargic “la de das” and something about “soft ice cream.”
Del Rey has unveiled "Music to Watch Boys To," one of her favorite cuts from her upcoming album, 'Honeymoon.'
Lana Del Rey has shared the album’s cover art, tracklist and a third song dubbed “Terrence Loves You.”
Lana Del Rey is a master at holding her audience rapt, and this week, she maintained our attention from the get-go.
Her next full-length will land in stores Sept. 18.
Lana Del Rey opened the week by unveiling “High By the Beach,” and she’s now premiered a music video for the song.