Nice vibe, but it's just okay. Nothing about this era is grabbing me. The music, the video, the album cover, that twilight zone lite teaser... I'm just sitting here limp waiting to get excited.
I feel the same. It's like everything feels too obvious. It's ticking all the right boxes but still not hitting the spot.
I feel like she's been throwing slight curve balls with every era and people were always slow to catch on. I don't blame her for taking this one on straight, but I agree that it's a little less exciting.
Post by Glove Slap on Apr 29, 2017 22:32:50 GMT -5
Hmm...I'm actually not sure what to think of that until I hear the actual song. I mean, I love Stevie and I love Lana, and I'm not surprised in the slightest that they're fans of each other, but their voices together on a song is something I have trouble hearing in theory. They're both extremely distinctive, but they're just very different in significant ways. And given how much they love harmonies, they're pretty much guaranteed to sing together at some point on it.
The album release date seems to be 26 july Not end of may as she once said
FYI, she never mentioned the release date of Lust for Life to be on May 26. That release date was first reported by Music Week and then, it spread out. Some other publishers have kept that date, but I think the July release date came in her Paris Match inverview. Oh! And it should be July 21. July 26 is Wednesday.
“She loved the track and she added so much to it,” Lana says of the Lust for Life collab.
Lana Del Rey discusses her upcoming collaboration with Stevie Nicks in a new interview with KROQ, as well as revealing its title: “Beautiful People, Beautiful Problems.” Listen to the interview below; the Stevie segment begins around 3:53. Of the Fleetwood Mac singer/songwriter—with whom Lana’s producer Rick Nowels has some history—Lana says, “She’s everything you hope she’s gonna be. She’s so contemporary, and she knows all the new music that’s out weekly. She loved the track and she added so much to it.” The collab will appear on Lana’s new LP Lust for Life. While the record doesn’t yet have a release date, Lana has shared the cover art and a trailer. This past weekend, she debuted a new song called “Cherry” at KROQ’s L.A. festival.
Revisit Pitchfork’s Rising feature with Lana and interview with the Lust for Life trailer director.
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