Lana Del Rey has been slowly building up hype for her upcoming album, Lust For Life. The record will be out next month on July 21st. Though there’s still seven weeks to go, Lana promised she’d let fans hear a few new songs before the album finally drops. And she kept her word: Today Lana shared two new song previews.
The first clip is a song that features A$AP Rocky, Playboi Carti, and Boi-1da. We don’t know the title for this one yet, but Lana does mention wrapping you up in her daisy chains. Listen to the short preview:
The second song may not appear on Lust For Life. Entitled “Roses Bloom For You,” it’s one of Lana’s favorite songs that didn’t make the final tracklisting for her new album. She wrote the song in March with producer Rick Nowels. Listen to the extended clip below:
Beyond those two song previews, we’ve heard a few Lust For Life tracks in whole, too. So far we’ve gotten two singles from the upcoming record. “Love” debuted back in February, and more recently we got “Lust For Life,” Lana’s latest collaboration with The Weeknd. Lana performed a new song called “Cherry,” too, which will appear on the album.
Last month, Lana released a song called “Coachella – Woodstock In My Mind,” although it may not be included on Lust For Life.
Other songs expected to be on the album include “Yosemite,” “Tomorrow Never Came” featuring Sean Ono Lennon, “Beautiful People, Beautiful Problems” featuring Stevie Nicks, “God Bless America,” and “Best American Record”. Though we know a handful of song titles, we’re still waiting for the full tracklist to be announced. We only have the album cover art for now:
While we count down the weeks until we finally get to hear Lust For Life on July 21st, catch up on all we know about the album on our recording page. Keep checking back here for all the latest Lana Del Rey music news.
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