Lana Del Rey Announces Two New Singles from Music Video Set

Really soon, Lana Del Rey is set to put out her next album, Chemtrails Over The Country Club. Originally slated for a September 4 release, we’re guessing it might not come out until sometime this fall. In any case, it is just around the corner, as evidenced by Lana’s latest video post from the set of its first music video. She just revealed a few new singles fans will get to hear in the coming weeks.

In the video, Lana states that she’s onset filming a music video for the title track, “Chemtrails Over The Country Club.” However, she also reveals that before that song comes out, fans will first hear another song called “Let Me Love You Like A Woman.” These two titles join the previously teased song, “Tulsa Jesus Freak.”

After dropping those exciting bits of information, Lana jokes about how many years it will be before we get to hear from her again. She vaguely confirms that the album is coming “soon,” though we’re guessing it won’t be out in September anymore. However, her debut poetry book, Violent Bent Backwards Over The Grass, does come out on September 29th. The audiobook version was already released in July, but later this month we’ll also get to enjoy physical copies. Lana finishes out her video with warm wishes for us all in these wild times.

We can’t wait to hear both of the new songs! And from this clip, it looks like the music video for “Chemtrails Over The Country Club” will be stunning and a little bit vintage!

Watch Lana’s announcement promising two new singles below:

At this point, we have three songs confirmed for Chemtrails Over The Country Club. A partial tracklisting would include two new singles and other teased track:

  1. Chemtrails Over The Country Club
  2. Let Me Love You Like A Woman
  3. Tulsa Jesus Freak

We’re excited to learn more about the upcoming album – the full tracklisting, its confirmed release date, cover art, and more. What do you predict about Lana’s new album? What do you hope for? Let us know in the comments below!

New Audiobook & Future Projects

In late July, Lana released the audiobook version of her first poetry collection, Violet Bent Backwards Over The Grass. The physical and ebook versions will be available on September 29th, and the audiobook on CD and vinyl will come out October 2nd.

You can purchase Violet Bent Backwards Over The Grass from the major audiobook providers here. You can also get the spoken poems on CDvinyl, or picture disc from Lana’s official site. Note that they won’t ship until early October.

The physical book won’t be out until September 29th. However, you can pre-order a hardcover book or ebook from the major book retailers now. Both the hardcover and ebook will feature more than 30 poems – over double what was included in the audiobook format.

More Lana Del Rey News

Next March, Lana will release her second poetry book, titled Behind The Iron Gates – Insights From An Institution.

For additional music, Lana has also mentioned her idea to release of a covers album someday, one she would title Pacific Blue. Furthermore, Lana has a film scoring project coming up, which will gift fans even more music. She’s composing for the upcoming film adaptation of Lewis Carroll novel Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland.

Chemtrails Over The Country Club

Are you as excited about Lana’s new video promising two new singles as we are? Get ready to hear “Let Me Love You Like A Woman” and “Chemtrails Over The Country Club” soon! And for now, enjoy the recent clip of “Tulsa Jesus Freak,” too. Keep up on all we know about Chemtrails Over The Country Club here; it’s due out in the next few months. And as always, keep checking back here for all the latest Lana Del Rey music news.

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