Two more songs from Lana Del Rey’s forthcoming album ULTRAVIOLENCE was just released into the universe. According to our ear canals, “Brooklyn Baby” carries the classic Lana-tempo present in “Summertime Sadness”. However, Rolling Stone states the title track is an alleged poke of fun at the booming music scene in Williamsburg. (You be the judge.)
If you’re loving the new music, you’re in luck. Both tracks along with “West Coast” and “Shades of Cool” are available as instant downloads when you pre-order the album on iTunes. ULTRAVIOLENCE is out next week on June 17.
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