2012's Born to Die, Lana Del Rey's major-label debut, was a woozy collection of siren songs that mimics Peggy Lee's gauzy romanticism by way of Mazzy Star. Two years later, Del Rey is still a sad tomato. Ultraviolence is a melancholy crawl through doomed romance, incorrigible addictions, blown American dreams. Rolling Stone.
We’re definite fans of Lana Del Rey's music and could not wait for the release of her new album. The moody first single “West Coast” set the scene for what was to come. If you like your music moody and thought-provoking and your red wine heavy, you’ll love this. In her own words, Del Rey described her third studio album as being "more stripped down but still cinematic and dark.”
We have 5 copies of “Ultraviolence” to give away. So if you can answer the simple question below correct, we could be calling you if your name is drawn.
Which of the following titles is a Lana Del Rey song?
a) Born to Die
b) Born to Braai
c) Born to Cry
See the video of West Coast here: