Lana Del Rey

Lana Del Rey somehow became a mainstream pop star on the back of a cheesed-out Euro-dance remix of her “Summertime Sadness,” and maybe that’s why she’s suddenly made a disco song. The new LDR track “Meet Me In The Pale Moonlight” recently showed up online without much in the way of context, and there’s no indication that it’ll appear on her forthcoming sophomore album Ultraviolence (which the Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach may be producing). The track welds a liquid funk guitar and big, thudding beat to the melodramatic strings and narcotized vocals we’ve come to expect from this lady. It’s a bit of a mess, but at least it’s an interesting mess. Listen below.

(via SPIN)

Ultraviolence is coming out later this year on Interscope.

Comments (9)
  1. Someone should ask Lana if she’s ever danced with the devil in the pale moonlight. Amirite, guys?

  2. There’s no way this is gonna be on the album…right???!!fkjagl;g

  3. “I Can be your little Dairy Queen”
    Was that possibly the worst lyric I can think that that I’ve heard this year? Yes.

  4. Lana, the disco revival had its moment last summer and you missed the boat. Stick to what you do best… whatever that may be.

  5. Good thing she hired Dan Auerbach to prevent this kind of thing.


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