Lana Del Rey Teases “Brooklyn Baby”

Lana Del Rey

Less than two days after “Shades Of Cool” found its way online, Ultraviolence songstress Lana Del Rey is teasing another single from her highly-anticipated new album.

A 36-second clip for “Brooklyn Baby,” the third song to be teased off Ultraviolence, arrived online earlier this morning. The track feels lost in a lush orchestra of strings and fuzzy guitar, which at this point seems to be a sound found throughout the new singer’s upcoming album. There has been a lot of reverb and layers at play with the material released as of late, and that appears to be taken to an even further extreme with this single. You can view the video at the end of this post.

Ultraviolence is currently set for release on June 13, with pre-orders currently live on both iTunes and Lana Del Rey’s official online store. In addition to the video below, you will also see a second clip released this week to promote the album that teases the record’s title track. That video lasts only 17 seconds, so prepare yourself to click ‘repeat’ many times in the coming minutes.


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