The ballot box for this week’s 5 Best Songs was already overstuffed and brimming with contention even before Wilco dropped a surprise LP last night. The biggest arguments flared up over one Lana Del Rey. Hard to believe, right? Music nerds fighting about LDR? Well it happened. But it’s over now, thank goodness. Ultimately, “Honeymoon” […]
While you’re still digesting that new surprise-drop Wilco album, here are a few great songs also released this week. …Read More
Welcome to The Hot Take, a feature where a selection of writers discuss some of the noteworthy single releases of the closing week. This time we take a look at the new singles from Lana Del Rey, M.I.A., Youth Lagoon, Destroyer and Maximum Balloon.Song of the Week: Destroyer, “Girl in a... Continue reading
Eminem hasn’t exactly made a career out of being a nice guy. For instance, Eminem rapped about punching Lana del Rey. And Eminem's feud with Iggy Azalea made its way onto his album, Shady XV, and on Twitter. But it turns out, he isn’t...Show More Summary
Lana Del Rey's 'Honeymoon' – What To Expect?
Lana Del Rey's New Album 'Honeymoon' – Eight Things To Expect
Words on new tracks from Lana Del Rey, Youth Lagoon, Chem Bros ft St Vincent and a modern classical track premiere. Plus a song by an "experienced banker".
Honeymoon is a heartbreaking ode to Mr Born To Lose.
We've been waiting way too long for new Lana to come into our lives. We saw her at Governors Ball, and despite not being able to hear anything, it was great. Her last record Ultraviolence—for which we premiered the title track's video—left its lasting impression with delicate yet powerful pop music, showing how far she's come as a songwriter. Show More Summary
Lana Del Rey returns to the scene with "Honeymoon," the title track from her upcoming fourth studio album. The song, like her previous work, explores love and violence, even referencing "Mr. Born to Die," a clear nod to her Born to Die...Show More Summary
The latest music from Lana Del Rey has finally arrived. The singer tweeted a YouTube link to the title track off her upcoming album, "Honeymoon," on Tuesday. The video opens with footage of Del Rey laying in the grass above a freeway, before cutting to a still of the song's lyrics. Show More Summary
After much anticipation, Lana Del Rey has finally released the first single from her forthcoming third album, Honeymoon, which is rumored to be released in September. It’s the title track, and it’s almost six minutes long. (cc: Max Power) Check...Show More Summary
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Sounds like: Pawws, Lowell, Zee Avi Song: Ofelia K - As A Bell What's so good? At first this song made me think: "Ehh, this sounds a lot like that new Lana Del Rey song that came out earlier. And I'm not sure I'm into that right now..." Fortunately for Ofelia K, I decided to give it a little longer. Show More Summary
"I'm not scared, there's nothing to lose now that I've found you."
Flower crown queen Lana Del Rey has debuted the gloomy title track for her new album, Honeymoon. The video for the song, which the singer teased in January, briefly shows Del Rey lying dreamily in the grass before cutting to the video’s...Show More Summary
Lana Del Rey still sounds like she's got that Summertime Sadness! The aloof songstress has been working on a new album Honeymoon, set to be released in September! [ Related: Details About Ashton Kutcher & Mila Kunis' Honeymoon Revealed! ] And on Tuesday, the 30-year-old released the appropriately dreary title track, which featured the singer's sultry vocals accompanied [...]
It’s been just over a year since Lana Del Rey released her sophomore album Ultraviolence, the Dan Auerbach-produced “desert rock” album that was a dark and dreary departure from her baroque pop debut Born To Die. Today she just released the first song from her third album, the Mark Ronson-produced Honeymoon. Show More Summary
It wasn't that long ago that Jessica Rabbit impersonator Lana Del Rey blessed us with yet another soundtrack to our wasted youth. Now, just a little over a year after 2014's Ultraviolence, Lana has returned with "Honeymoon," the first single from her upcoming third album. If you've been asking yourself, Hmmm, how's Lana's love... More »
Lana Del Rey Just Delivered Perhaps Her Most Heart-Stopping Ballad Yet With New Single ‘Honeymoon’