If this is all that’s real, All I wanna do is get high by the beach 06.  "Religion" was noted as being one of Del Rey's most optimistic love songs, however the song was also noted for still be "tinged with the singer's favourite kind of noirish self-destruction".  "High by the Beach" is a hip hop-influenced synth-led, trap–pop song.  It also features lyrical content involving eroticism, drugs, mythology, and "the American soul". The second verse shows Del Rey bargaining: "Carry me home, don't wanna talk about the things to come/Just put your hands up in the air, the radio on", before Del Rey reaches the point of acceptance in the outro: "I'm on my own again". Its development started with its chorus, which was inspired by a period when Lana Del Rey frequently drove by the beach..  It is more uptempo and pop-indebted than her previous releases, and is based around laidback, airy electronic production and a swooning orchestral arrangement. "Maybe it was the need for movement and motion or the search for a single frame that felt extra graphic. In December 2014, Del Rey stated to Grazia magazine that she wanted to introduce orchestrations with monumental choruses with a touch of subdued grudge for the album, during the recording sessions she played ten songs to Mark Ronson and stated that the album would be exploring a sound close to the golden age of jazz. , The album opens with the title track, a baroque pop and blue-eyed soul song. 11.  At the review aggregate website Metacritic, it has scored a 78 out of 100, based on 31 critics. Ultraviolence is the third studio album by American singer and songwriter Lana Del Rey, released on June 13, 2014 by UMG Recordings.Despite originally dismissing the possibility of releasing another record after her major-label debut Born to Die (2012), Del Rey began planning its follow-up in 2013.  The album dropped to number 15 the following week. Released September 18, 2015. ; Hudson stated that the song is built over a synth orchestrations, with flute-like sounds and "crawling" beats that serve as "the sultry backdrop for the vocalist cooing breathily about pink flamingos and creepy, destructive romance". Daisy … Excellent copy without any defects or excessive noise, although the vinyl directly from the package was very dusty. Conte Bros feat. In June 2015, she had created a separate Instagram account solely for the album with the username "honeymoon". E invece è stata confermata poco dopo. 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You take the wheel Freak It was released on September 18, 2015, by Polydor Records and Interscope Records, and was produced by Del Rey alongside longtime collaborators Rick Nowels and Kieron Menzies. High by the Beach Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood. Honeymoon is the fourth studio album and third major-label record by American singer-songwriter Lana Del Rey. Not only does her vocal delivery remain the same throughout, but also its protagonist's "voice"; while the emotional impact of what might sometimes be traumatic developments seems somehow damped, as if experienced through a narcotised haze".   "Salvatore" was described as a two-step song by Nina Corcoran of Consequence of Sound, Corcoran noted the song sound as being "straight out of a resort hotel ballroom" before to continuing to describe the track as having jazz drums with "clean and rich" production. Don't worth the purchase! "Art Deco" is a slow jazz-styled ballad with hazy beats and saxophone riffs, the lyrics of the song contain "hollowness and American ennui".   Honeymoon Lyrics. "High by the Beach", the lead single, debuted at number 51 on the Billboard Hot 100 though Billboard initially reported it at number 7, which was corrected after a miscalculation.. In January 2015, Del Rey confirmed the song "Music to Watch Boys To" which was initially intended to be the title for the whole album, she also revealed that she wrote it in a visual, noirish way saying "the title (of the song) lends itself to a visual of shadows of men passing by, this girl's eyes, her face. The singer has also released tracklist details for her new record. I wonder how a great album should have a ugly limited edition? In January 2015, Lana Del Rey announced via Billboard that she had begun work on her fourth studio album, announcing she was going to release an album entitled Honeymoon sometime that same year. The second stage of grief, anger, is exemplified by the tone of the bridge: "You should've known better, than to have, to let her, get you under her spell of the weather". Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Lana Del Rey - Honeymoon at Discogs. 1 Single in Australia, Lana Del Rey Tops Albums Chart", "Les Albums 2015 : Lana Del Rey paralysée sur "Honeymoon, "Lana Del Rey Announces New Single "High by the Beach, "Australiancharts.com – Lana Del Rey – Honeymoon", "Austriancharts.at – Lana Del Rey – Honeymoon", "Lana Del Rey Chart History (Canadian Albums)", "Danishcharts.dk – Lana Del Rey – Honeymoon", "Dutchcharts.nl – Lana Del Rey – Honeymoon", "Lescharts.com – Lana Del Rey – Honeymoon", "Official IFPI Charts – Top 75 Albums Sales Chart (Week: 41/2015)", "Album Top 40 slágerlista – 2015.  "Salvatore" mixes violins, military drumbeats and verses sung in Italian which have been described as evoking "1940s Italy via Frank Sinatra". The truth is I never She unveiled the track listing through her main Instagram account on August 20, the day before the record was made available for preorder on the iTunes Store. Because you got out of hand A shame. A lot of cracking noises. Get by baby, baby, bye, bye  On September 9, Apple Music's Beats Radio 1 station premiered "Music to Watch Boys To" two days ahead of its release as the third promotional single. 05. 5:50 ... More by Lana Del Rey. I'm kind of enjoying sinking into this more noirish feel for this one. Honeymoon is the fourth studio album and third major-label studio album by Lana Del Rey. 07.  The drums were noted to put emphasis on its hi-hat. To get me what I want, High-igh-igh-igh The following day, Del Rey released a sampler of Honeymoon, which included the tracks "Terrence Loves You", "Music to Watch Boys To", "Freak", and "High by the Beach".. Honeymoon Tracklist. Aside from the runouts, is there any outward way to distinguish this from the 2015 press? I’m now done with this record.  "24" is a cinematic song that received comparison to the James Bond theme songs, due to its musical style and lyrics which were noted as being sung from the perspective of a Bond girl. 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Boy, look at you, looking at me  Time called the song "characteristically broody" and "cinematic", and suggested it "leans closer to the sounds of her breakthrough LP Born to Die than the material she cooked up with the Black Keys' Dan Auerbach".