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Lana Del Rey shares 'Terrence Loves You'

Lana Del Rey, Honeymoon, Sept. 18

The singer who once dubbed herself a "gangsta Nancy Sinatra" has wasted little time for her follow-up to 2014's Ultraviolence. Don't expect a radical departure: Among the songs she's shared are the string-laden title track and the noirish "High by the Beach." With "The Blackest Day"—and a cover of Nina Simone's "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood"—this Honeymoon could be far from idyllic.

 

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Lana Del Rey shared the tracklist Thursday for upcoming fourth album Honeymoon, and now comes the third song from the album. The sparse piano ballad “Terrence Loves You” compliments the previously-released, string-laden title track and hip-hop influenced “High by the Beach.”

“I always want to take advantage of feeling inspired because you don’t feel that all the time,” Del Rey told Zane Lowe on his Beats 1 show last week when she appeared to discuss Honeymoon. “The jumping-off point was the end of the other one. I wasn’t feeling too tired, still feeling inspired like I could keep going. I didn’t think it would turn into an entirely new record, but by January I’d written three-quarters of a record, and it felt really good and could turn into a real record.”

Honeymoon comes out Sept. 18 and follows 2014’s Ultraviolence. The tracklist also confirmed that the album will include a cover of the classic “Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood,” popularized by Nina Simone.

Check out “Terrence Loves You” below.

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