Lana Del Rey is set to drop her new album Norman Fucking Rockwell later this month, but on Friday she delivered a surprise to her fans with two new songs that won't feature on the record. One of the releases is a studio recording of "Looking for America," a track written in response to the mass shootings in Texas and Ohio last week. 

She first shared the song in a performance video with frequent collaborator Jack Antonoff, who also did production on Norman Fucking Rockwell. "Now I know I'm not a politician and I'm not trying to be so excuse me for having an opinion, but in light of all of the mass shootings and the back to back shootings in the last couple of days which really affected me on a cellular level, I just wanted to post this video that our engineer Laura took 20 minutes ago," LDR explained to her fans alongside a clip of her performing the track.

The other new one, meanwhile, is a cover of Donovan's 1966 song "Season of the Witch," created for the Guillermo del Toro-produced horror film Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, in theaters today.

To celebrate the occasion, Lana appeared alongside del Toro to introduce his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Listen to both of the new tracks above, and look out for Lana Del Rey's new album Norman Fucking Rockwell on Aug. 30.

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