The title song from singer Lana Del Rey’s eighth album was made public. Mike Hermosa and Lana wrote the lyrics. The CD will be made available on March 10 of the next year. The album was taken from the singer’s car, and she explained how challenging it was to get it redone. The singer parked the vehicle with her belongings at Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles before getting out. A robber shattered all the windows and took her backpack, which included her laptop and a camcorder. All of her tunes and recordings were on her laptop.
Lana Del Rey Teases New Album
Lana Del Rey had to warn her followers not to listen to any of her songs online if they appeared because they still needed to be released after losing all of her tracks. A 200-page book that she had written for her publishers, Simon and Schuster, was also on the laptop, which she had to remotely dispose of. She completely lost the book because it was not backed up in the cloud. She faced difficulties in obtaining and rerecording all of those songs, but she succeeded and is now prepared to perform them.
“Blue Bannisters” and “Chemtrails Over The Country Club,” two albums by Lana that were widely praised, were both released in 2021. The album’s cover art, a black-and-white image of the “Summertime Sadness” vocalist with her head resting on one of her hands, was also unveiled by Del Rey. The album’s title is written in large yellow letters, while the names of its featured musicians are written in white: Jon Batiste, Jack Antonoff’s Bleachers, Father John Misty, Judah Smith, Tommy Genesis, and SYML.
In New York City, Elizabeth Woolridge Grant became Lana Del Rey. Her ancestors were from Lanarkshire, and she had Scottish ancestry. At age 14, she was sent to boarding school to overcome her alcoholism. She joined the school choir at St. Agnes Elementary School in Lake Placid, New York, and eventually rose to the position of cantor.