Lana Del Rey is finally ready to unveil her new music for fans with the singer revealing the artwork for her upcoming single 'West Coast' along with some of the lyrics with reports claiming the track will premiere in the UK on Monday.
The 'Blue Jeans' singer shared the stunning cover for the anticipated single, which shows a melancholic Lana, 27, staring straight at the camera with the beach in the background and glossed over with a yellow tone.
Lana Del Rey's new single 'West Coast' is expected to premiere soon! (Lana Del Rey/Twitter)
Possibly revealing a lyric from the album, Lana tweeted: “Down on the West Coast, they got a sayin'...” Another black and white promo shot revealed last week, shows Lana again staring at the camera while sitting on a sofa.
According to The Guardian, 'West Coast' is expected to premiere on Monday during Fearne Cotton's show on BBC Radio 1. The track is expected to serve as the lead single from Lana's upcoming second album 'Ultraviolence which is believed to be set for a May release.
The singer launched a campaign for the album last week with a large billboard erected in Brooklyn, New York with her face and a cigarette hanging out of her mouth with 'Ultraviolence' written in large red writing.
The singer has been teasing fans about new album 'Ultraviolence' for weeks (Lana Del Rey/Twitter)
Lana has been working on the album with Black Keys rocker Dan Auerbach although the exact nature of his involvement is yet to be revealed.
Speaking about the album during a fan chat last December, Lana said: “The record is finished and it's beautiful. And don't worry you will love Ultra - it's so wrong and exquisite.
“It is absolutely gorgeous. Darker then the first - so dark it’s almost unlistenable and wrong.”
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