Lana Del Rey has revealed a new song, 'Brooklyn Baby', and snippets from ten other tracks from the forthcoming album have been leaked online. Listen to them below.
'Brooklyn Baby', which was released on Del Rey's official YouTube account, is a steady, melodic love song, which includes the lyrics: "They say I'm too young to love you, they say I'm too dumb to sing, they judge me like a picture book by the colours, like they forgot to read."
The track is the fourth to be officially revealed from Del Rey's upcoming new album Ultraviolence.
Ultraviolence is technically the singer's third LP, but her first was released in 2010 under the spelling 'Lana Del Ray', and is not widely available.
Listen to 'Brooklyn Baby' below
At the same time as 'Brooklyn Baby' was revealed, a YouTube video went online which features thirty second snippets of ten other album tracks. Highlights include the brooding, jazzy 'Sad Girl', 'Money Power Glory' and 'Black Beauty'.
Listen to snippets from ten Ultraviolence tracks below
Lana Del Rey also recently released further details and the release date of her upcoming album, Ultraviolence - which will drop on 16 June, before she plays Glastonbury festival 2014. See the full Ultraviolence tracklist below.
‘Shades Of Cool’
‘Pretty When You Cry’
‘Money Power Glory’
‘Fucked My Way Up To The Top’
‘The Other Woman’
‘Black Beauty’ (Bonus track)
‘Guns And Roses’ (Bonus track)
‘Florida Kilos’ (Bonus track)
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