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The album title was confirmed in an interview with Billboard, where Lana also talked about its sound: It’s very different from the last one and similar to the first two, Born to Die and Paradise. I finished my last one in March and released it in June, and I had a follow-up idea. It’s growing into something I really like
Honeymoon serves as a lush showcase for Lana Del Rey. Surrounded by strings and noir-ish beats, the enigmatic singer casts haunting shadows, her voice confidently floating like an apparition. Songs like Swan Song, Freak and Religion simmer with tension and obsession. High By the Beach is the album’s oh snap! moment as Del Rey tosses pointed barbs at an unresponsive suitor. She closes with a spare cover of Nina Simone’s Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood that’s as elegant and fragile as anything you’ll hear all year. Honeymoon Lana Del Rey.
Lana Del Rey. Honeymoon. Honeymoon" is the title track from Lana Del Rey's fourth studio album and was released as the first song from the album in July 2015. Before the official release, she performed the song during her Endless Summer Tour in June 2015.
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Lana Del Rey has nine songs written for her next album, titled Honeymoon - four of which "the production is perfect; I'm looking for a few more songs to tie everything together" - and thanks to her cinematic new song, she's also in the thick of awards season. Big Eyes': The Story Behind Lana Del Rey's Stunning Secret Songs. Does the Big Eyes song give us any indication of how the new album will sound? It's very different from the last one and similar to the first two, Born to Die and Paradise. I finished my last one in March and released it in June and I had a follow-up idea.
The pace is languid, the hooks are well camouflaged and the themes aren’t always relatable. But if you submit to the diva’s retro soundscape, and let her finely wrought torch songs waft over you like cigarette smoke, you’ll be rewarded with her most complex and fully realized work to date. There’s a timelessness to Honeymoon that is initially quite jarring. Lana turns to the past for inspiration (old Hollywood, faded glamor and classic jazz records) as she has done so many times.