March 10, 2014 § 1 Comment
After the surprising announcement of her upcoming album Ultraviolence, Lana Del Rey plans to promote the record with a North American Tour!
Ultraviolence is the sultry singer’s official sophomore follow-up to her 2012 breakout stunner – Born To Die. Between her debut album and the Paradise Edition EP, this forthcoming record is bound to become another hit.
The tickets for her untitled tour go on sale later this week (hopefully more dates will be announced), and you can check out all the tour dates below.
Lana Del Rey 2014 Tour
APRIL 23 – Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie, GRAND PRAIRIE, TX
APRIL 25 – The Sugarmill, NEW ORLEANS, LA
APRIL 27 – The Fillmore, MIAMI, FL
APRIL 28 – Hard Rock Live, ORLANDO, FL
MAY 01 – The Tabernacle, ATLANTA, GA
MAY 02 – Ryman Auditorium, NASHVILLE, TN
MAY 05 – Bell Center, MONTREAL, QC
MAY 06 – House of Blues, BOSTON, MA
MAY 08 – Toyota Presents the Oakdale Theatre, WALLINGFORD, CT
MAY 11 – Skyline Stage at the Mann Center for the Performing Arts, PHILADELPHIA, PA
MAY 13 – Sony Centre for Performing Arts, TORONTO, ON
MAY 15 – Masonic Temple Theatre, DETROIT, MI
MAY 16 – Aragon Ballroom, CHICAGO, IL
MAY 19 – Red Rocks Amphitheatre, MORRISON, CO
MAY 25 – PNE Amphitheater, VANCOUVER, BC
MAY 27 – WaMu Theater, SEATTLE, WA
Click here to get more ticket information!
January 30, 2013 § Leave a comment
Last year, Lana Del Rey told Vogue magazine that she was done with the music industry saying “I don’t think I’ll write another record. What would I say? I feel like everything I wanted to say, I’ve said already.”
Well, it looks as if the singer has changed her mind. She was spotted in Santa Monica leaving a recording studio, as well as inside working with previous Born To Die collaborator Rick Nowels. Being a fan of Del Rey, I’m excited to see what she comes up with. Hopefully she will finally cement herself as a talented artist with this sophomore album.
Photos Courtesy of: Daily Mail
October 12, 2012 § 3 Comments
Not too long ago, Lana Del Rey released the anticipated video for “Ride”, the first single off her upcoming EP Born To Die: Paradise Edition.
Directed by Anthony Madler, the mini-film is a melancholic take on California Dreamin’ and classic Americana- bikers and motels included.
Watch the video below:
Look out for Born To Die: Paradise Edition dropping November 13.
Photo Courtesy of: Lana Del Rey
September 25, 2012 § 1 Comment
As promised earlier, today Lana Del Rey released the first single off her upcoming Born To Die: Paradise Edition project. The single, titled “Ride”, is a nostalgic track about a dying love that fits perfectly with the sonic themes of the singer’s debut album.
Born To Die: Paradise Edition is now available for pre-order on iTunes!
Photo Courtesy of: Lana Del Rey
September 25, 2012 § 3 Comments
After months of anticipation, Lana Del Rey has finally revealed the cover art and tracklist for her upcoming project Born To Die: Paradise Edition.
Watch LDR’s album trailer below:
Look out for her new single, “Ride”, dropping later today!
View the tracklist after the jump!
July 21, 2012 § Leave a comment
Lana Del Rey sets the tone for the last few weeks of summer with her melancholic track “Summertime Sadness”, off her debut album Born To Die. The video stars Jamie King and Del Rey as lovers who ultimately meet their fate – via suicide.
As per the singer’s signature style, the video is vintage-inspired, emotional and simply tragic.
Check it out below:
Photo Courtesy of: LOFT965.com