Let the countdown clock officially start. Today, Lana Del Rey took to Twitter where she shared with her fans the release date for her hotly anticipated next album Lust For Life. There was no grand video tie-in. No special message attached with it. Just a simple tweet. “July 21 fam.”
Lust For Life has already built up an incredible amount of buzz, especially after Del Rey shared the title track, a collaboration with the Weeknd. Earlier this week, she unveiled the music video for that particular song, and it’s as grandiose as you could hope for, finding both artists dancing on the Hollywood sign. In addition, she’s also already shared another track titled “Love” as well as another song titled “Coachella — Woodstock in My Mind,” which she wrote after attending that festival this year, though it’s unknown if that one will make the final album.
There’s more features on Lust For Life to come. The singer revealed that she’s also got collaborations with both Stevie Nicks, a song titled “Beautiful People, Beautiful Problems,” Sean Ono Lennon in the can. “I kind of thought I had finished the record a couple of times and one of those times I really felt like I wanted [another] woman on the record,” she revealed in an interview with the radio station KROQ about the Fleetwood Mac singer’s contributions. “She was amazing. She’s just everything you hope she’s gonna be. She’s so contemporary, and she knows all the new music that’s out weekly. She loved the track and she added so much to it.”