Since Lana Del Rey released her third album Ultraviolence last month, the conversation has mostly been about how well the album has been received. But Zane Lowe finally got Lana to speak in depth about the creative process that resulted in a number one record. Lana explains that she thought she was done with the album until she met Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys.

I guess at the point I met Dan, I didn’t feel that confident. It sounds strange but him being interested in me made me feel interesting again.

Listen to Lana speak about her inspiration and recording process for Ultraviolence below.

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