Lana Del Rey’s new album, Honeymoon, will be out in just one month. On top of the title track and “High By The Beach,” we now have a third new song to enjoy as we count down the weeks: “Terrence Loves You” is a slow, melancholy ode to a lost love. Lana’s delicate and forlorn crooning is set to softly strummed guitar and piano, complemented by sultry strings and horns. It’s subtle and minimalistic, rooted in a decades-old music style that communicates more with less. If you enjoyed last year’s Ultraviolence, “Terrence Loves You” is a song that will entrance you.
Listen to “Terrence Loves You” below:
Honeymoon is available for pre-order on iTunes now, and comes with an instant download of “Terrence Loves You” and “High By The Beach.” The album will be released on September 18th. For now, you can catch up on everything we know about Honeymoon, including collaborators, track listing, and the moods explored in the new songs. Keep checking back here for all the latest Lana Del Rey music news.
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