Using her Twitter account, Lana del Rey released on April 11 the official cover art of her upcoming fourth major label album "Lust for Life ." The album is Lana's follow-up to "Honeymoon" which is released last 2015.
The cover includes a pretty Lana, beaming widely behind an old pickup truck, NME has learned. The "Sad Girl" singer wears a bohemian lace top with white flowers on her hair in a clear blue sky day. It has been almost two years since Del Rey has released a new album set to be out later this year under Interscope Records.
Her lead single "Love" has been first released last Feb. 18 to give fans a taste of what is there to expect from the highly anticipated album. Del Rey loves to provide different genre to every era, giving the new album with the vintage Hollywood energy which she claims is "coming soon." "Love," which captured many hearts with her song's lyrics of young love, was co-written with Emile Haynie, songwriter Rick Nowels, and producer Benny Blanco. The song with a dreamy video that takes place in outer-space earns the 44th spot in Billboard's Hot 100.
Del Rey has announced her most awaited album ‘Lust for Life’ with a cryptic, symbolism-packed black-and-white trailer. Though this symbols will only make sense once the full record is out said director Clark Jackson. Last February, she revealed in an interview on Jo Whiley’s BBC Radio 2 details about her single and her forthcoming record. She said that she’s been accommodated with writing for the last 15 months.
“I started out thinking that the whole record was gonna have a sort of a ’50s-’60s feeling, kind of some kind of Shangri-Las, early Joan Baez influences,” Lana said.
News stated that Del Rey’s new album will be packed with guest and featured artists. Rumors are spreading that the album will be out on May 26. Though there is no official release date has been confirmed.