Mark your calendars, Lana Del Rey fans. The songstress seems to have finally confirmed a release date for her highly anticipated new album: If her Instagram post means what we think it means, Honeymoon should be out on September 18th! We have just five weeks left until the 14 new songs will be playing out of every speaker and earbud nonstop. If “High By The Beach” or “Honeymoon” are anything to judge by, Honeymoon sounds like it will be an excellent addition to Lana’s quickly growing record catalog.
Lana has already released two songs from her new album, but fans can also expect to hear “Music To Watch Boys To” and a cover of Nina Simone’s “Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood.” Honeymoon is being produced by Rick Nowels – who previously worked on Ultraviolence and Born To Die – and should feature some collaborations with Mark Ronson.
You can download “High By The Beach” on iTunes now, and be sure to read up on everything we know about Honeymoon so far. With only five weeks left until its supposed September 18 release, it shouldn’t be long before we get the final track listing and pre-order. Keep checking back here for all the latest Lana Del Rey music news.
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