Lana Del Rey has steadily been releasing new music over the past month or so in anticipation of her latest album, Ultraviolence, which drops today. Last December, Ultraviolence was unveiled at the premiere of Del Rey's short film Tropico and its first single, "West Coast," was premiered during her performance at this year's Coachella festival.
The 14-track album is her dedication to “the freedomland of the 70s,” and with production from Dan Auerbach, among others, it's an entirely new era for Del Rey. Read Complex staff writer Justin Charity's review, and stream the album in full below:
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