Lana Del Rey has been sharing new songs left and right lately! Her latest offering is a live performance of a new Lust For Life song called “Cherry.” She performed it yesterday at the KROQ Weenie Roast y Fiesta in California. “Cherry” is another love song, this time about the way love can make you feel invincible and resolutely happy even in the face of danger.
Watch Lana’s live performance of “Cherry” below:
Lana previously shared a short clip of her practicing the dance moves for “Cherry” on Wednesday. You can hear part of the studio recording below:
So far, singles “Love” and “Lust For Life” with The Weeknd are the only two studio recordings we’ve heard from the album. Last week, Lana also shared a political new song called “Coachella – Woodstock In My Mind,” though it’s unclear whether that will be on Lust For Life.
Besides frequent collaborator The Weeknd, Lana also recorded duets with Stevie Nicks and Sean Lennon for the upcoming album. She previously mentioned songs like “Yosemite” and “Tomorrow Never Came” (her duet with Sean Lennon). More recently, Lana talked about “God Bless America,” a track she wrote about the Women’s Marches earlier this year.
Lust For Life is rumored to be out this Friday, May 26th. However, no date has been confirmed, and the record may not be out until June or July. And although we know some song names, a tracklist is not yet available. Catch up on all we know about Lust For Life so far, and keep checking back here for all the latest Lana Del Rey news. A music video for “Lust For Life” will be released tomorrow, so look out for that!