Lana Del Rey Drops West Coast

2014-04-14 by fish | 31 Comments
Lana Del Rey has released the audio for the first single off her upcoming third studio album
Ultraviolence, after débuting the song at her Coachella set this weekend.



"West Coast" generally remains faithful to the moody pop that characterised her 2012
breakout album Born To Die, with the added edge of a shift down in tempo during the
chorus. A music video has been promised in the near future.

Ultraviolence has yet to be given an official release date, but a May release is
rumoured.

Tagged: Lana Del Rey

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fish.
April 14th 2014
22440 Comments


decent song i like the chorus

TheGreatQ
April 14th 2014
1799 Comments


The slowdown for the chorus kind of bothers me.

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enjoimx
April 14th 2014
63 Comments


*lana del rey drops surprise

Wolfhorde
April 14th 2014
13865 Comments


ZzzZ.. oh wait, there was music on?

ASnideReturns
April 14th 2014
6090 Comments


I enjoyed her thing for the Great Gatsby remake but I'll check this out later. I have BVB's Resurrect
the Sun on repeat right now.

RevengeSoldier
April 14th 2014
302 Comments


it's chill, i like it.

Skoj
April 14th 2014
1536 Comments


I dig it, and I detect the Auerbach influence here.

henryChinaski
April 14th 2014
3244 Comments


Chorus is cool

SteveRogers
April 14th 2014
190 Comments


I kinda wish she'd do something more fast paced. Most of her music is already pretty slow/midtempo. Doesn't anything for me to make a song slighter slower during the chorus.

TooLateToGoBack
April 14th 2014
1884 Comments


good stuff

Makemebad35
April 14th 2014
791 Comments


I like

AtomicShane
April 14th 2014
2090 Comments


pretty sweeeeet

LaughingSkull
April 14th 2014
326 Comments


huge fan of her debut album, but this is kinda meh. Hopefully the rest of the album isn't like that.

fish.
April 14th 2014
22440 Comments


she's definitely done better

MisterTornado
April 14th 2014
4507 Comments


female chris isaak

trackbytrackreviews
April 14th 2014
2535 Comments


Meanwhile Snide talking about BVB

SGGreenman
April 14th 2014
1027 Comments


Idk man, her voice just sounds a little.....off? Especially in the verses. Granted she's never really had an outstanding voice, it just is cringing here.....especially the buildup to the chorus. Her voice doesn't match the tone at all, and the transition is super awkward.

Pretty decent song otherwise.

Wadlez
April 14th 2014
4833 Comments


Lana Del Ray drops my pants.

fish.
April 14th 2014
22440 Comments


sounds fine to me

Catatonic
April 14th 2014
150 Comments


The chorus is so similar to "Gods & Monsters" that it doesn't feel like a new song.

GringoSuave89
April 14th 2014
1094 Comments


SteveRodgers, the unreleased track that has a bit of a disco feel was early up tempo. "Meet Me in the Pale Moonlight" or something to that effect.

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weedblunt
April 14th 2014
558 Comments


like the album name

PistolPete
April 14th 2014
3787 Comments


at least it's a tad different and fresh compared to the usual stuff, the "usual stuff" was pretty good though =[

twlichty
April 14th 2014
3587 Comments


pretty chill song, my girlfriend has been playing her music non stop lately and this is probably one of the most interesting songs of hers (as far as production goes) most her stuff sounds so similar

kaparoni
April 15th 2014
185 Comments


Meh... Her first album was one of 2012 best albums . This song is average , nothing more. Hope the rest of the album will sound as her first one.

Viales
April 15th 2014
68 Comments


The song is okay, imo maybe one of her best downtempo songs.

It has the feel of Burning Desire + Children of the Bad Revolution in conjunction with the Auerbach influence. After all, he is one of the main producers of her upcoming album. I'm also a massive fan of her debut but since the release of Paradise she's made it clear she will not be returning to the instrumentals seen in BTD.


apokolypz
April 15th 2014
464 Comments


lyrics are so dumb. Boring song. I feel people only like her because of her image and her desire to be
vintage.

Emyay
April 16th 2014
6156 Comments


that one part is lifted straight from edge of seventeen by stevie nicks. "move baby move baby"

listened once and thought it was pretty cool. gonna wait for the whole album to drop before i make a judgement.

apokolypz you're wrong man, i could give a fuck about her image. she's got a great voice and has some awesome songs

xAshtrayux
April 16th 2014
86 Comments


For some reason, in the beginning this really reminds me of some songs from TDAGARIM... with female vocals. Love this song.

Furik
April 17th 2014
54 Comments


^ was thinking the same thing

silentstar
April 20th 2014
2371 Comments


not sure how this ended up in the most popular news but it got me to check out the song. sounds good, so album will definitely be on my radar



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