The biggest album release of June 2014 is arguably Lana Del Rey's upcoming Ultraviolence collection, the follow-up to her hugely successful Born To Die, which gave Lizzie Grant her long-awaited mainstream breakthrough.
After such a successful record, Del Rey clearly has a lot to prove with Ultraviolence. Born To Die took this previously unknown singer/songwriter and propelled her to the top tier of female superstars, and grew a fanbase of devoted fans across the globe.
As we grow ever closer to the 16 June release of Ultraviolence, more tracks from the album have been revealed. Some officially, others - less so. The tracks we have heard are all of exceptionally high quality, but some stand head and shoulders above others. Check our thoughts on every track we have heard so far from Lana Del Rey's Ultraviolence.