Interscope Records (2015) EU
Throwback singer/songwriter Lana Del Rey's new Interscope/Polydor album Honeymoon follows up 2014's million-seller Ultraviolence and features more signature dreamy pop collaborations with producers like Mark Ronson, Daniel Heath, Rick Nowels, Emile Haynie and Justin Parker. The highly anticipated 14-track set from pop's newest femme fatale is preceded by the cinematic singles "High by the Beach" and "Terrance Loves You."
Del Rey tells Billboard: "It's very different from the last one and similar to the first two...I'm kind of enjoying sinking into this more noirish feel for this one...I'm doing a cover of ‘Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood.' After doing a cover of ‘The Other Woman' [the song by R&B writer Jessie Mae Robinson that Del Rey recorded on ‘Ultraviolence'], I like summarizing the record with a jazz song..."