An album sampler of Lana Del Rey's (sort of new) album, Born To Die: Paradise Edition, is now available for fans to listen to. Check it out below.
The album is to include seven new tracks, and this new version of the album is far more than a tarted-up re-issue, boasting a huge eight new tracks alongside the original album. Also on the tracklist are new tracks 'Gods & Monsters', 'Bel Air', 'Super Cannes' and 'Cola'.
Also included will be Del Rey's cover version of 'Blue Velvet', as heard on the current H&M adverts in which she stars, along with the single 'Ride'.
The new album also features brand new artwork, showing Lana Del Rey posing in front of a swimming pool.
Swimming pools are a feature in Lana's idea of paradise
Del Rey recently revealed the video for lead single 'Ride', which has been described as another slice of stunning Americana.
In it, Del Rey joins a gang of Hells Angels and rides through the desert on the back of a motorbike. She is also seen having sex on a pinball machine in the video, which tells the tale of a doomed relationship with a biker.
She stars as a tragic singer in the video, which opens with a solemn spoken word intro. The video is a massive ten minutes long - with Del Rey now attempting to rival Lady Gaga with her video epics.
Listen to the album sampler below:
Below: Lana's new photoshoot for H&M