Lana Del Rey Teases ‘Honeymoon’ Tracks in New Sampler
Hold onto your floppy red sun hats, because Lana Del Rey just shared a preview of her Honeymoon album and it's a roller coaster.
The order of the tracks previewed in the three minute and thirty seconds-long clip doesn't quite align with the track listing Lana shared on August 21, but it's thematically cohesive nevertheless. The elegant ballad "Terrence Loves You" kicks things off, accompanied by a visual she shared on Instagram two weeks ago. Lana's touring Los Angeles, evoking vintage Hollywood glamour, perusing a map of stars' homes but in an improbably-glam way, not in a tacky tourist way. This tour bus is chartered for one, thank you. No fanny packs allowed.
We then get a snippet of "Music to Watch Boys To," an ethereal affair that soundtracks images of girls clad in gauzy white clothes, moving underwater and leaping hand-in-hand. Lana dances with the girls during "Freak," a torrid ode to Southern California-gothic misadventures. The clip ends with "High By the Beach," in which Del Rey is both subject and observer, which is a neat parallel with the first part of the video. Watch the sampler below.
Honeymoon is set for release on September 18 — whet your appetite with the clip above, and check out the full track list below.
- "Music To Watch Boys To"
- "Terrence Loves You"
- "God Knows I Tried"
- "High By the Beach"
- "Art Deco"
- "Burnt Norton" (Interlude)
- "The Blackest Day"
- "Swan Song"
- "Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood"
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