Lana Del Rey

Lana Del Rey fans get ready! The singer is releasing her seventh studio album titled "Chemtrails over the Country Club" tomorrow March 19th on all digital platforms!


News about Del Rey recording her new album had first started at the end of August 2019, during the release date of "Norman Fucking Rockwell", her previous body of work. At the time, the singer had communicated to her fans that she had already started working on the next one, titled "White Hot Forever."

However, on May 25th 2020, the singer posted a video on her Instagram talking about her previous statement defending her music style. In the video, she shared that the title of the album had changed in "Chemtrails over the Country Club."

At first, the album was going to be released in September 2020, but because of a vinyl production delay, Del Rey had to postpone the release of her album as well.

On September 1st, the singer shared herself filming on set for the music video for the album title track. A month later, "Let Me Love You Like A Woman" was released as her first single of the new album.

And as a Christmas present on December 22nd, she shared a teaser of the music video for "Chemtrails over the Country Club", officially released on January 11th.

And now the wait is finally over! With a last Instagram post, Lana Del Rey told her fans that she'll see them on the other side of her new album when it's finally going to come out into the world tomorrow. In the meantime, Del Rey is trending on Twitter with "LANA IS COMING."

What we know so far is that the album has been produced by Del Rey herself and longtime collaborator Jack Antonoff, who won Album of the Year with "folklore" by Taylor Swift and Aaron Dessner.

The album is also set to include collaborations with pop singer songwriters Weyes Blood, Zeya Day on a 70s cover song "For Free" by musician Joni Mitchell.

It's been months of waiting, but in just a few hours, "Chemtrails over the Country Club" is going to be out for everyone to enjoy!

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