Called ‘Watercolor Eyes’, the track is set to feature in an upcoming episode of HBO’s Euphoria, and will arrive on 21st January.
In our review of Lana’s latest album, we said, “It’s a record about people and place, and the constant personal tug of war between what you crave, what you love, and what you need. Much like across her catalogue, Lana offers no resolution. Instead, ‘Blue Banisters’ presents a collection of sun-kissed moments and hazy memories, free from judgement and firmly rooted in place.”
Read the full review here, and check out the new teaser below.
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A collection of sun-kissed moments and hazy memories, free from judgement and firmly rooted in place.
Nearly a decade on from the album that first introduced us to Lana Del Rey, ‘Born To Die’’s inimitable palette sounds even more iconic with time.
The confidence feels diminished, the rich production of its predecessor replaced by something thinner, sadder.