The album is the follow-up to 2021’s ‘Chemtrails Over The Country Club’ and ‘Blue Banisters’ and features the singles ‘The Grants’, ‘A&W’ and the title track. It also includes collaborations with Father John Misty and Tommy Genesis and the previously announced song ‘Margaret’, which is is dedicated to producer Jack Antonoff’s fiancée, the actor Margaret Qualley.
Check out the taco truck and the reactions to it below:
A DIVULGAÇÃO! Lana Del Rey colocou um caminhão de tacos (referenciando a faixa “Taco Truck x VB”) para divulgar seu novo álbum em King’s Cross, Londres. pic.twitter.com/UPW587W86H
— Lana Del Rey Brasil (@lanabrasil) March 24, 2023
Taco truck do novo álbum de Lana foi montado em King's Cross, Londres 🌮 pic.twitter.com/86oU2UT3D7
— Lana Del Rey World 🎀 (@LDRWorld1) March 24, 2023
me at lana del rey’s taco truck pop up pic.twitter.com/fXCiC88O8p
— bjoerk (@dieseIdaddy) March 24, 2023
HOW LONG IS THE LANA DEL REY TACO TRUCK IN LONDON FOR
— zara (@dazedvandijk) March 24, 2023
In a four-star review of ‘Did You Know That There’s A Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd’, NME wrote: “On ‘… Ocean Blvd’, she opens up on her life now, pondering the big questions and contemplating family, home and her future. The songs cross-reference each other, looping back to earlier thoughts and feelings, making it feel like you’re with her in her day-to-day as she muses on these weighty topics.”
Del Rey will be headlining The Other Stage at Glastonbury Festival this summer. Last week, she spoke about her forthcoming slot on BBC Radio 1 upon releasing her latest single ‘The Grants’.
“I’ve been excited to tell people,” Del Rey told the station. “I wanted to tell people because as we started to announce some festivals… it’s unfathomable to me to headline the second stage of Glastonbury. I mean, come on!
“They had asked me to play Glastonbury the last three years but we just weren’t ready. I didn’t want to say yes before we had a big band.”
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