The cover artwork for Lana del Rey’s new single, “West Coast.”
The excitement about the impending release of Lana Del Rey’s new Album, Ultraviolence is building. A few hours ago the singer tweeted out the artwork for the album’s first single, “West Coast,” along with the caption “Down on the West Coast, they got a saying’…” Hopefully we will discover what this saying is, very soon.
No official release date has been given, but the singer may have inadvertently tipped off her fans as to when it will arrive. The singer was recently stopped by fans to sign autographs recently and admitted that she is hoping for a May 1 release date in a conversation that was captured on video.
A new single called “Meet Me In The Pale Moonlight” was released online at the end of March. It isn’t confirmed that this song will be a part of her forthcoming album.
Del Rey quickly denied that the song was the new single said via Twitter this new song wasn’t the album’s first single, saying that the first single would be “West Coast.”
In addition, last Tuesday the large billboard seen below, promoting the new album appeared in in Brooklyn.
A large billboard promoting the new Lana del Rey album, Ultraviolence has just gone up in Brooklyn.
Lana Del Rey will perform at Coachella in Palm Springs on Sunday 13th and is expected to perform new material from the forthcoming release. The festival appearance will be a prelude to her tour of North America, which kicks off in Texas on April 24.
The artist has had a string of hit singles including “National Anthem,” “Videogames” and “Born To Die” from her first successful album from 2012, Born To Die.
Her most recent single, “Once Upon A Dream,” was released at the end of January for the soundtrack of the upcoming film, Maleficien starring Angelina Jolie.
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