LANA DEL REY ‘Chemtrails Over the Country Club’


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Lana Del Rey’s sixth album dials back the grandiosity in favor of smaller, more intimate moments. It carries a roaming spirit of folk and Americana without losing the romantic melodrama of her best work.

In the ten years since Lana Del Rey first introduced us to her world of ‘Video Games’, she’s perfected tragic Hollywood romanticism. A greyscale chase of an American Dream, driven by a love of vintage glamour and beautiful melancholia.

From Born to Die to Ultraviolence, then Lust For Life into her acclaimed Norman F*cking Rockwell! chapter, the intrigue surrounding Lana Del Rey and her next steps has always remained enticing.

Enter: Chemtrails Over The Country Club.

Lana Del Rey has always been at her best when writing about the subject she knows most intimately: herself.

Chemtrails… sees her introducing folkier hues and ballads built against sparse, minimal arrangement.  This time around, Lana opts to put a more emotional perspective front and centre the whole way through – a perspective that seems more connected to her actual self, than any other character adopted previously.