Lana Del Rey is finally providing the details about her highly-anticipated new album. The seductive crooner revealed the tracklist to her third studio album, Honeymoon. Lana also included the details as to how her fans could pre-order the album before its official release on Sept. 18.
Lana Del Rey has offered few details about her new album. The moody songstress finally revealed the album’s full tracklist to her fans on Thursday, Aug. 20. Del Rey made the announcement about her tracklist on a video clip on her “Honeymoon” Instagram page. The video shows off Del Rey’s signature retro style, with guitars playing in the background. The video was shot through a vintage filter, much like musical siren’s debut videos from the start of her career. It features Del Rey riding in the backseat of a vintage convertible on the streets of California.
PRE-ORDER TOMORROW. https://t.co/XUkAcONw2T pic.twitter.com/N9Df7K5OH5
— Lana Del Rey (@LanaDelRey) August 20, 2015
The video also revealed that Lana Del Rey’s Honeymoon album will be made available for pre-order on Friday, Aug. 21. It also included the album’s official full tracklist, which you can check out below.
02. Music To Watch Boys To
03. Terrence Loves You
04. God Knows I Tried
05. High by the Beach
07. Art Deco
08. Burnt Notion (Interlude)
11. The Blackest Day
13. Swan Song
14. Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood
As previously noted in a report via Consequence of Sound, the album’s closing track is assumed to be a cover of Nina Simone’s “Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood.”
“Honeymoon” and “High By the Beach” are the first two singles off the album. As previously reported via the Inquisitr, Lana released her new single and music video last week for “High by the Beach,” which features the crooner walking around her Malibu home in a silk robe and nightgown. She also shoots down a paparazzo seen flying near her beach house in a helicopter. Lana’s video received mixed reviews from fans who were confused by the concept.
Lana Del Rey’s new single didn’t debut high on the Billboard Hot 100, as previously assumed. Billboard updated its article to reflect the current charts from Monday, and Del Rey’s “High By the Beach” debuted at No. 51, not No. 7 on the Billboard Hot 100. On the Digital Songs chart, it debuted at No. 10 instead of No. 1, according to the report.
It’s also been reported that the Weeknd is going to feature a collaboration with Lana Del Rey on his second album, Beauty Behind the Madness.
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