After her 2017 album Lust For Life, we have been waiting for something new from Lana Del Rey, and the American singer has announced that she is set to drop her forthcoming album Norman F**king Rockwell on August 30, as she revealed last week.
Jack Antonoff produced and co-wrote most of the highly anticipated album. It will feature her newly released cover of Sublime’s “Doin’ Time”, as well as other previously released songs such as “Venice Bitch”, “Mariners Apartment Complex” and “hope is hard for a woman like me to have – but I have it”. The artist’s tweet also revealed “How To Disappear” and “Happiness Is A Butterfly” as other song titles on the album.
The album cover is inspired by Titanic, and stars Jack Nicholson’s grandson Duke Nicholson. You can get the LP right now via pre-order on download, CD, vinyl and cassette in bespoke formats. Do so here.
Lana has also announced a UK and European tour to support the album for early 2020 with shows in London, Manchester, Glasgow, Paris and Amsterdam, among others. Before that, she will also be performing in New York and down the West Coast from September for a string of shows to promote the album.
In other news, Lana Del Rey is also set to release a new track with Ariana Grande and Miley Cyrus for the upcoming Charlie’s Angels film, which we can see in cinemas this November.